Sunday, September 12, 2010

LANDSCAPES


It seems the environment of modern culture from home to work and everywhere in between has taken on a dangerous toxicity due to a dullness having set in. It's a landscape void of wonder.

To the ones able to recognize what it is and are able to pull back the thick fog created by the dullness...there is a landscape that extends from home to work and everywhere in between that is nothing short of astounding and astonishing. And that landscape is as much a term for the internal space as it is the landscape we can see with the eye. The dullness keeps us missing both of them. But by their nature, those landscapes will displace the dullness if we have the courage to allow it to happen.

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