Category Archives: From the Quote Box

Last night’s poetry discussion

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For The Quote Box

This is the greatest damn thing about the universe, that we can know so much, recognize so much, dissect, do everything, and we can’t grasp it. — Henry Miller

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Painting for Cheer in Mud Season

Mystery is what happens to us when we allow life to evolve rather than having to make it happen all the time. It is the strange knock at the door, the sudden sight of an unceremoniously blooming flower, an afternoon in the yard, a day of riding the midtown bus. Just to see. Just to notice. Just to be there. — Joan Chittister Continue reading

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From the Quote Box – Why Worry?

Worry is a useless mulling over of things we cannot change. — Peace Pilgrim

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Sometimes Paint…

does wonderful things. Sometimes a little surprising or unexpected but man, sometimes you can’t beat the surprises. Wish I could take credit for all of this beyond taking brush and paint to paper. And this from the quote box: It … Continue reading

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