Essays taken from a weekly newspaper column published in the Washington County News, Washington, Kansas. Look for my book, "Dispatches From Kansas," available from Amazon.com, or from the author.
Gotta love the whole create-share- sustain. I've read it before, but thanks for the reminder
It's the collection of our work--the repeat cycle of making things and sending them out into the word--that helps us illustrate who we are, what we stand for, where we're going and why...Good gosh. Habits of mind, art and being – how we think, what we create, who we are -don’t develop because someone demands them of us, any more than they arise from our passing impulses. For something to become a habit, it must become second nature to us, and that takes time, repetition and awareness.What a wonderful, wonderful post. It's always good to see someone put one of your deepest convictions into different words.
Lind and k -- You both get it! Thanks for letting me share with you.
Now you've got me thinking Tom. We need to do something different.(Side note - I think the first guy was using a Canon.)
Thanks for posting that link, I really, really needed that.
Scott -- Me, too! I've watched it about a hundred times and never get tired of it. Glad I could share.
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