Quote of the Day – November 25 2012

“The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”
― Vincent van Gogh

When you have the need to feed your village , your family or even your head, it becomes easier to take risks. In general, when you are answering a need especially when it is one of the spirit, then you transcend risks. I think we’ve all reached points in our life where staying on shore no longer seems like a viable option. It doesn’t mean that the dangers don’t exist and you may need to prepare and fight your way through them and yes risk death. It does mean that you are willing to die if necessary rather than to not undertake the journey at all.
Blessings, G



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Lovestruck by G A Rosenberg

Stormflower Abstract by G A Rosenberg

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  1. Fisherman had the support of waves and currents, studied the tide high and low..then he knew when to hold and when to let go, he mastered his art and made it logical like science..and shore was nothing but an edge to contain ..and define..all action was in the sea..and treasures too..you must dive and swim to get your desired catch..but never let them catch you..or drown you..tame them..you are the master..and a thief..you take as you please ..again and again..

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