Saturday, February 19, 2011

Silence is a Good Teacher

I love silence. It is during silence that the most fundamental of our life concerns and thoughts can arise in our minds unobstructed. For me, this means thoughts of my family as well as thoughts of my career and outside interests. Although, of late, I've increasingly sought to merge my "outside interests" with my envisioned career. These goals take time.

I've started the work of creating a book about my great-grandmother, with a project sketch and outline at

I am very tired now, and will have to complete thoughts later.

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