But what minutes! Count them by sensation, and not by calendars, and each moment is a day. ~ Benjamin Disraeli
A quick note of thanks. Guy Finley's newest book, Letting Go - A Little Bit at a Time is due out in January. I am honored to have been asked to add a note of endorsement and look forward to seeing where it lands.
Chris Brethwaite - Paranormal Researcher/Hallmark Humor Writer... talks about a haunted movie theater in Miami, Oklahoma and the Hornet Spooklight near Joplin.
Former NASA Astronaut Story Musgrave says he needs proof of the existence of ET's but has no doubt that they are out there. Did you know the Hubble was his baby?
His new baby is a 2 year old daughter - also named Story - giving him added incentive to challenge the mindset on aging.
FYI - He says that first trip into space wasn't nearly as good as those that followed. They kept getting better.
When you're looking that far out, you're giving people their place in the universe, it touches people. Science is often visual, so it doesn't need translation. It's like poetry, it touches you.
~ Story Musgrave
Ross Holcomb - Life, the Universe and Everything
Marjorie Morningstar de Muynck - Sound Healing
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Before I Die I Want to ... Birth of the Polaroid Project.
What began as an art project shows signs of snowballing into a life project for artists Nicole Kenney and KS Rives. The two friends come at their creation from different angles.
Nicole had a profound awakening to death and loss at a very early age. Teamed with KS - who suggested incorporating the soon to be extinct (and at one time, magical wonder) gadget of choice for candid photo buffs: The Polaroid Camera, Before I Die I Want to - The Polaroid Project was born.
Seeing this creative project unfold and how it illustrates and highlights some of the little synchronistic cues and triggers that help to nudge or shift the process along is fascinating to me.
What do you want to do before you die? Any clue? Long list, short list, one big thing? Check out the photo wall. Then watch the project unfold. A lot can happen in five or six years.
Before I die I want to see the participants and creators of the Polaroid Project manifest their dreams. In a way, it's kind of like that magical process of watching a Polaroid come to life.
Extended Article is Posted on the American Chronicle.
*Photo Courtesy of Nicole Kenney.