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The Mind is Dumb to the Future

The Mind is Dumb to the Future: Part 1 Shell of Self-Preservation One of the challenges of life is to understand that you were born without limitations. A pulsating blob of possibilities. The conditioning of the mind from childhood is … Continue reading

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Ilchi Lee Author of The Call Of Sedona: A Writer Speaks

I’ve had people tell me they are between books, looking for something new to read; a new author, a new genre. There are more writers than ever before: More good writers, more not so good writers. The choices of things … Continue reading

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Wesley Ricket Video Artist: anArtist’sWords

The purpose of interviewing an artist is to give you a chance to hear from them directly, to hear the artist’s own voice. This interview is with Wesley Rickert, video artist. Wesley, can you explain your philosophy of art? My … Continue reading

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Cristina Pavesi Visual Artist: anArtist’sWords

Could you explain your philosophy of art? I consider art important and necessary for life, a little bit as a religion that turns towards Absolute. In my opinion, art is not an occasional and elective added value, but it is … Continue reading

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