WOW, I just went thru your blog and found it very intriquing. What wonderful illistations, comments and quotes. I love the contrast between your simplistic sketch work and deep thoughts. I also commented on your Africa photos and I am interested in seeing more. I would love to try my hand at painting some of them if it would be ok with you? Thanks for the comments on my blog, I so glad it brought me to yours!
I've always loved that quote!Thinking about your post reminded me of when I was little. I would concentrate so hard trying to imagine what is before...before this earth, before the universe, before time...The process was like stretching a rubber band, only to find it snapping back into the present in frustration. There really is a limit to our understanding now, and no matter how hard we strive to search the mysteries out, there are always more beyond. I think that's probably why I especially love the promise "We will know even as we are known"!Thanks for giving me something beautiful to think about this morning...
life would be boring without it...there would be no need to invesitgate further and delight in the happenstance discoveries...as always i love your illustrations and words
it's nice to be back and to be able to read your quotes and thoughts and illustrations once again. Have a nice holiday!
its possible that this is the answer to the meaning of life!love ya work as always, you know it! x
How boring it would be if it all was solved.
death is life's mystery, indeed...I like to fancy it's just a one way trip.merry christmas...
I love the minimalistic feel of this piece. Besides, the composition...
I think that they know.It's us that don't know that they know that we don't know what they know.
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie