"The worst sin toward our fellow creatures is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them: that's the essence of inhumanity."
George Bernard Shaw
Sometimes empty feelings are simply us purging to make room for new smiles.You always have amazing stuff to show us.Take CareMichael
I want to change your title! This is the first one of yours that I don't think "fits". The fractal is, as always, unique but it doesn't have the doom and gloom feel to it that title suggests. Maybe it's just me!
I don't feel doom and gloom. I feel nothing. My arms have lost so much sensation, my hands feel light as air, almost like they could float away. (Nerve deteriation) And I feel oddly apathetic about it, kind of like my arms feel. I feel a whole lot of nothing. Like I could float away. Hmm...maybe that is gloomy.
Oliviah, something tells me that is never true for your heart. I think you feel truth and beauty and love and joy and compassion deep within. I saw your smile, a smile that can only come from deep within a beautiful soul. Wishing you peace.PS. I'm going to see Venus Hum in two weeks as they launch a party for their new album here in Nashville. I'll be thinking of you the whole time and imagining her throwing out her arms as she sings I Feel Love.Hugs and kisses my dear sweet friend. :-)
Have you been able to get an appt. sooner than you thought, or still set off aways? Praying for you and some of the others we know, that things will get better.
Venus Hum! That is awesome! "I Feel Love!" I think you are going to have a wonderful time. I am smiling just thinking of it. Hugs to you~~~TC, I haven't been able to get an appointment yet. And the neurologist that had an opening in January now says that they too, no longer accept my insurance. So I have to go through a process starting with writing a letter of grievance and see where it goes from there. I feel like a Pink Floyd song. Comfortably Numb. "My hands felt just like two balloons."(Which makes it hard to sketch)Hugs you~~~
oh wow, this is like a 3D puzzle.
This reminds me of bark on a tree. I want to touch it!
Some beatuiful images since my last visit here, Oliviah, and this one amongst them struck me, partly for the title, mostly for the image itself. Should have come seen you first, I've been in blogland for 3 hours now (I know! Madness!) and fast running out of steam, in the sense that whatever I then want to say never comes out right. So, just going to give you a big ole bear hug and wish you lots and lots of luck in getting an appointment etc.
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