Thanksgiving and the Wizard of Oz

What a fantastic movie The Wizard of Oz is with its themes of talents we all have that we don’t use or realize, journeying to find oneself, and appreciating what we have in our lives. This is the film to show at Thanksgiving which is why it’s become a Thanksgiving weekend staple.

Every time I . . . → Read More: Thanksgiving and the Wizard of Oz

A little reflection on this holiday of thanks….

On this sad holiday break, which will now become a melancholy reflection and memory of a dear family member, I am thinking about how life changes so quickly. I know that life equals change. This is a simple truth of Buddhism and I welcome change normally. It’s just the challenging and character testing elements of . . . → Read More: A little reflection on this holiday of thanks….

Antony Gormley and A Face In the Crowd

In my crazy schedule leading up to the holidays of working between everything else, I took time over the past few days for a few great art influences.

One of these was going to see Antony Gormley speak at Mass College of Art about his sculpture, influences and world view. Gormley is a very interesting, . . . → Read More: Antony Gormley and A Face In the Crowd