Category Archives: my museum of inspiration

Hope for Humanity

Wendell Berry on His Hopes for Humanity from BillMoyers.com on Vimeo. Don’t own so much clutter that you will be relieved to see your house catch fire. Most of us are still too sane to piss in our own cistern, … Continue reading

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Praise for the Gifts of this World

Spring sent me a singing telegram This evening as I climbed from my car I heard the peepers in full chorus lifting the weariness from my spirit and smoothing the angry and unquiet wrinkles of 2 hours of taillights after … Continue reading

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Random Acts of Inspiration: 100 Prompts to Change My Mind

I am often caught in a pattern of repetitive negative thinking and my brain needs a little jolt to skip into a more positive creative groove. Lately I have been stuck in a rut of thick mental clay slowing my … Continue reading

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Wild Geese, River of Orchids, XTC

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Seeing the Music in the Makers #6

Joy, Skill and Power Fingers like a Shimmering Stream Power, Speed and Precision Martha Agerich is 80 years old and still doing these miraculous things on pianos from memory.

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