Category Archives: Art Narratives

Lying with your Hands

Some people are easier to believe than others. Because some people like to tell the truth whereas others prefer to lie. So why do people lie? Lying is a form of deception. Wikipedia lists various types of lies such as … Continue reading

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Joints

The knee is the articulation point of the leg responsible for mobility and flexibility. It plays a primary role in the body’s movement. Knees are like shock absorbers and carry the weight. But not just a physical weight. Sometimes emotions … Continue reading

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Love Turns Stone to Flesh

“We never live; we are always in the expectation of living.”  Voltaire Have you ever read Emily Dickinson’s poem #807? The one that starts off with “Expectation—is Contentment…” Well, I’m not sure what that means. However, in 1968, psychologists Rosenthal … Continue reading

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Artist Needed

Inanimate objects of no great beauty become art in a still-life painting. So why not turn myself into a painting! But, I say to myself while lying on my kitchen table posing as if I were a basket of fruit, … Continue reading

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Kindness and Cultural Editing

Myths are for grown up, fairy tales are for children. But sometimes nostalgic grown- ups long for their childhood and often find solace in fairy tales. Scottish folklorist, Andrew Lang (1844-1912), set about collecting fairy tales from all over the … Continue reading

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