Tag Archives: understanding


Have you ever thought how fragmented we are most of the time? Bits of our attention are given or called here and there, certain of our skills and talents required but seldom more than that. If I am asked to … Continue reading

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Perspective #midnighthaiku

Myopic vision The beauty of the whole lost Blinded by details A softer focus A wider view encompassed Understanding grows  

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Welcome #midnighthaiku

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Guest author: G. Michael Vasey ~ I’m an artist

Someone said to me this last weekend – “You are an artist.” I wasn’t quite sure which way to take this comment after all, I had my fifth whisky and soda in hand and perhaps he was referring to my … Continue reading

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The puzzle of being

“I can usually work people out,” he mused. “What their underlying motives and reasons are, what is really behind how they are. Can’t do it with myself though. Doesn’t matter how much I look… I never know if I am … Continue reading

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The past few days have seen us up to our eyeballs in research, planning and speculation. With the December Living Land workshop less than two weeks away, this was our last chance to get out in the field and check … Continue reading

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Hearts of Stone and Hope by Geoff Le Pard #writephoto #flashfiction

Selma Gubbins always wanted to be an archaeologist, ever since a school trip aged seven when she was allowed to dig in the soil with an old spoon and not have to talk to anyone as she lost herself in … Continue reading

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Look #midnighthaiku

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Contrast #midnighthaiku

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Blue Jays and Mockingbirds

From the archives 2014: I had first read the book years ago; it was one of those we were obliged to study in school for English Literature and our teacher at the time appeared to like neither books nor children. … Continue reading

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