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Alphabet Majescules

calligraphy by Jeanne

from Caroline Myss

We have embraced the idea of self-empowerment, but loved it when it just applied to us in our individual lives. Weaving ourselves back into the whole, and using the empowerment of ourselves collectively and realizing the power we have to co-create is a profound mystical truth. It’s not a small time mental acuity we use to get stuff – it’s not an ego-driven concept.

When we look at what’s happening, one way to approach it is through that truth that these predicaments, these crises we are in are somehow going to require all of us to navigate through, one way or another. Everything that is facing us requires all of us to transform within us. To see the world differently, to approach the world differently, individually within our lives, within ourselves, as an incredible act of personal and thus global transformation. This is what we’re going through.

It is a challenge – make no mistake about it. Especially as we see the world on fire – whether it’s on the streets or in the forests. Everything is engaging with that one message – we cannot not see it. We cannot avoid the messages around us any more that we are intimately connected to everyone, that we are each other’s caretakers.

Neil Waldman @ the R. Michelson Gallery

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reworking of the temple theme by Neil Waldman

 

I met the caretakers of the

R Michelson Gallery in Northampton

on August 27, 2018

and purchased one book

one watercolor painting

one giclee (A digital printing process in which an ink-jet printer is used to produce a high-quality art print)

and had a fulfilling tour of the museum

and its storeroom of children’s books and illustrators.

I learned some Hebrew.

And frolicked in Northampton.

 

What remains is to set up my personal

Neil Waldman Gallery

in my studio with chair for visitors to read the book by Michelson and Waldman

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