Mohammad Ali was boxing’s undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, a brilliant tactician in the ring and out. He didn’t fight per se, he danced and painted his opponents into a corner. Continue reading
On a brief visit to Florida, I decided to be a tourist for a day and make a trip to the Kennedy Space Center. What I discovered there was awe inspiring. The shear enormity and complexity of the Apollo rocket that took our astronauts to the moon had never been fully conceptualized in my mind and heart until I stood next to the behemoth. The amount of courage and discipline it took for those men to sit atop that enormous bomb while strapped into a capsule the size of a Volkswagen Beetle, had no bounds. Continue reading
Mohammad Ali was boxing’s undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, a brilliant tactician in the ring and out. He didn’t fight, he danced and painted his opponents into a corner.
If he didn’t get a knockout in the early rounds, Mohammad didn’t panic, instead he used his imagination and did things like the Ali shuffle and the rope-a-dope to confuse and outwit his opponents. Continue reading
“Nature in all its glory loves to participate in the aesthetic just like humans do. In fact, nature was and still is our first artist.” Mary Rensberry 2010
Mary finds fowl art on the streets of San Francisco created by the street pigeons and seagulls. Her spirituality and sense of humor shine along with the images. I will share a few from her books, Fowl Art, Listen, and her upcoming book Fowl Art 2.
you love them.
We’ve been taught there are angels and demos Continue reading