Coming To Town

Less than fifteen miles from my office there's a not so famous bridge with a very famous sign. 'Very' maybe being more regional than global, never mind national. The sign reads, "Trenton Makes, The World Takes," and was penned by...
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Making The natural, childhood progression from connect-the-dot drawing was to move into paint-by-numbers. As good as I was at it, it wasn't my thing. The finished piece never felt like it was my own. Filling in the blanks with predetermined...
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Picasso famously said, ‘Every child is born an artist. The problem is how to remain one as an adult.’ I believe that wholeheartedly, and I personally witnessed many of my childhood artist friends give up their God-given talents to, quote-unquote,...
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I’m a firm believer that there’s no such thing as a coincidence. Years ago, I found myself in the city of Victoria on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Stopping for a bite to eat in a small organic café, that just...
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Yom Kippur 5779 fell on October third, one month after picking up the ‘Transformation’ signal I captured at Burning Man ‘I, Robot’. The Rabbi titled her sermon “Holy Is Twilight,” for it is the realm of the in-between. There probably...
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