“Everything in this world has a nature; and if it has a nature I have chosen to work with that nature.”
More Public Art goodness from our day: Innerworld Prism by Marlena Myles
“Have you ever seen a flower grow? I mean, of course not. It’s nearly impossible to wait for anything that takes that long. But, if you did, it would change you.”
— Grace Vanderwaal, Stargirl
Some darn talented buskers.
A little piece of you
The little peace in me
For this is not America
Blossom fails to bloom this season
Promise not to stare
For this is not the miracle
— David Bowie, This Is Not America
We’ve been hearing from artists and writers about moments in their lives that brought comfort, while the world is a bit bleak. For Grief Awareness Week, we heard from actor, comedian and writer @robdelaney, about how his perspective on hope changed, after losing his son #R4Today pic.twitter.com/6iWmyXuh2l
— BBC Radio 4 Today (@BBCr4today) December 8, 2020
We are all temporary gatherings of stardust.
Exactly the way the week needs to start.
I’m afraid of Americans. I’m afraid of the world. I’m afraid I can’t help it. I’m afraid I can’t.
Ten years after Tanya Davis wrote the gorgeous poem, How to Be Alone, she’s done it again with a poignant poem for these times, How to Be at Home.
If you’ve never seen it, here’s How To Be Alone. It’s one of my favorite things.
Try not to rhyme. It can get irritating.
This is important. Also, not political. Just informational. We all need to understand that this election day/night/week/month(?) will be unlike any we’ve experienced before.
Be informed. Be prepared.