Bloomington artist Paul Kane writes: “My mother’s family sculpted neogothic altarpieces for churches in Germany for a century and a half. While visiting that studio at the age of 6, visual art became my vocation. I think we moderns need this ancient way of exploring, honoring, and expressing our relationship with the sacred. As I paint, I think about the possibility that we can save ourselves individually and collectively by recognizing the possibility of abundance, through love, replacing fear. These paintings urge us to repudiate our estrangement from nature.” Learn more about Paul and his work at callitblue.blogspot.comCONTENTS
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Thinking Like a Seed
A sustaining metaphor during cheerless times.
Gather the Women
Timeless wisdom from a kindred spirit.
Four Views of a Vigil
A Change in Perspective Can Change Your Life
Realize the truth at the core of your being.
The Dream as Divine Force
Being present to one’s singular existence.
ROSE MARY O’MALLEY
Transcending the physical.
Be What You Want to Be!
Finding happiness in the new year.
Medical Aid in Dying
Not (yet) in Indiana.
Astroblogick Annual Report
A look at the stars for 2018.
GARY PAUL GLYNN
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