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Quote of the Day – January 1 2012

“If you take history on this planet at starting at midnight…then it is now 8 o’clock in the morning, and it’s time for us to wake up, because we’ve been operating on auto-pilot up until now.
And there are signs of planetary awakening. Domesticated primate psychology [humanity] is pretty much the same as it was in the paleolithic. But one sees increasing evidence of mutations.
There was only one Buddha 2500 years ago, now you meet 5-10 buddhas at every city you go to.
Knowledge wherever it’s discovered is traveling over the whole world faster and faster.”
–Robert Anton Wilson

And here we are:

2012

is upon us. May this year be one filled with blessings, joy, fun and enchantment for all. May growth happen according to the highest intent of each’s spirit. May love find us all from within and without assuming that there is a difference between the two. Namaste G

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Travelling in Dreams by G A Rosenberg

Worlds Within Worlds by G A Rosenberg

Quote of the Day – December 31 2011

“Heroes know that things must happen when it is time for them to happen. A quest may not simply be abandoned; unicorns may go unrescued for a long time, but not forever; a happy ending cannot come in the middle of the story.”
–Peter S Beagle

Once again a quote has surprised me. I went looking for quotes on endings, perhaps one that would bring us to a beginning the snake Ourborus forever eating his own tail, or is that tale? Instead I find this amazing quote by Beagle that suggests that the story does not end but will be perpetually in progress.
How do I reconcile this with my belief that every moment can signify a new direction, a new chapter, a new beginning? Need I try? Some stories have the habit of taking wilder shifts than others.
To those of you who follow my blog, who have enjoyed the art, the writing and perhaps even these mini essays, thank you. May this next year find you joyful and healthy and may there be much new art, new jokes, and new stories that we can share.
Namaste G

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Reflecting the Pink Moonlight by G A Rosenberg

A Galaxy in Each of Us by G A Rosenberg