“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.”
β€” Leonardo da Vinci


Longing for my flying days
my travel days
the road never-ending
and the sky going on forever
I tell myself
the familiar tale
of satisfaction the everyday
and that roots enable growth
I’ve raised a life
and a family
and found beauty in
the routineless routine
yet then I see sky
or a patch of the open road
and I remember
the trapped freedom of wingless flight.
— G A Rosenberg


Blessings, G


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Path Through the MountainsPass Through the Mountains by G A Rosenberg


Conflicting ThoughtsConflicting Thoughts by G A Rosenberg


Curiosity NonAnonymous


β€œThe cure for boredom is curiosity.
There is no cure for curiosity.”
β€” Dorothy Parker


My name is Gary Rosenberg and I am a curiosity addict. I have a burning desire to know and understand most things that come across my path. It started small when I was young. I’d ask questions of my parents and later teachers and would keep leading on to the next question until I was told to go away. Then once I started reading, my addiction grew and grew. I now had a source from which I could get answers. I’d go to my connections (the library and the local book stores) and eventually had a 4 book a week habit. I was able to maintain that for quite awhile, a couple of decades at least and then the internet came into effect. I have given up sleep and meals to maintain my ever growing habit. I am not ashamed of being an information junkie. In a way I see it as a badge of pride. I will continue to ask the next question and looking for answers within or without until my dying breath. If I overdose than there are many worse ways I could imagine going.
Blessings, G


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Winged DominionWinged Dominion by G A Rosenberg


Reflecting PoolReflecting Pool by G A Rosenberg