I love Victor Hugo... his writings on aesthetics are amazing. He writes that in order to see lightness we have to see darkness as well. They each cannot be seen without the other. Have a great day, Calli...
Calli, you have been so wonderfully prolific lately! I think Spring fever has you in a frenzied state of high energy. I just read the last many posts since I've been here (sorry I have to take long computer breaks to heal so I drop off from time to time, but I'll always come back). In any case, dreams...yes, without them we are useless blobs of resource consumers. With them, we find out why we are here and we learn our boundaries, and barbed wire fences and we find our wire cutters and we go toward the center. Somewhere inside those shades of grey...
nothing beats a good dream... other than its fulfillment :)
Without the Rain sometimes, the Sun on his own cannot make a Rainbow.
Oh, Merci, Merci to all, thank you! and Cat so well said...love the whole barbed wire thing - what a way to put it! and in fact, I have owned my own pair for quite some time now, so long they have rust on them, but I believe I have indeed penetrated the core!!!You guys are awesome!
Sorry, no comment--because CatVib already said it--that barbed-wire cutter thing, it is in my hands. Cut all the bonds and boundaries! I was placed back again on the 'fahrm' and tearing down and building anew the barbed-wire fences which were, of course, electrified. Oooooooh, what a jolt. What an intense, exquisite jolt! NOT love!Thanks again, Calli! WHAT a photo!Touching...really! Well? Duh.
OR...Victor, does maybe the future create the dream?
Calli, Thanks you for following my blog. I read thru some of your posts & I think you are amazing! You are gifted. I very much believe in Dreams & the power it holds. There's no future without dreams...quite true!Hope to hear from you too:)
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