Photospiration

 ©Trustees of the British Museum
It is the play of light and shadow that renders things most haunting. ©Trustees of the British Museum. Odilon Redon, La Cellule d’Or, a drawing in oil and metallic paint.

This is what the artist had to say about his work:

My drawings inspire, and are not to be defined. They place us, as does music, in the ambiguous realm of the undetermined.

I wish I had met Pink

When we talk of heroes and heroines, of inspiring people, we usually tend to think of those who made the news in a big way, like Martin Luther King, Mother Theresa, or Mahatma Ghandi (is that beginning M a coincidence?!)…

I came across this obituary a while back and I saved it. I wish I had met Pink, I hope that I can learn through her obituary and be encouraged to do a fraction of what she accomplished through her life. She is the embodiment of all that is good with humanity. Continue reading