“…I rarely draw what I see. I draw what I feel in my body.” whispered on the wind to me but spoken first by British sculptor, Barbara Hepworth.
The following is spoken oh, so eloquently by artist Jasper Johns:
“I have meant what I have done. Or…I have often meant what I have done. Or…I have sometimes meant what I have done. Or…I have tried to mean what I was doing.”
I try to exercise my right to change my mind regularly. Safely said…daily.
I am somewhat in denial at accepting reality. It can [and does] impede one’s vision to what can be accomplished if known facts [ultimately] are “outed” as ambiguous or false. Or both.
Global conditions could be better. Much better.
More peace. Less war.
I Am Accountable should replace E Pluribus Unum. If not on great seals or coins…then in our consciences.
My Reader is fortunate I stopped when I did…