Sometimes…IF you’re fortunate, (won’t say lucky cause I don’t believe in luck!).. should say BLESSED…
You meet somebody,
meet or get to know or become alert to or aware of…
a life that affects You or teaches You in ways unimaginable. A life that helps make Your life a better life.
A Life with meaning! A life with purpose! A life with direction……………………………………………………………………………. A life with HOPE!
“a natural or artificial channel through which something (as a fluid) is conveyed”…”water flowed along the conduit to the fountain”
“Just like the coldness of snow on the day of harvest
Is a faithful messenger to those who sent him,
For he refreshes his master.” Proverbs 25 :13
(For all of us, who at times toil for nothing, we are in need of refreshment.)
“I search for God, I search within myself for myself. God is all-seeing, all-knowing, all powerful a future perfection of intuition as the oeumenical world of supra-reason. I search for God, I search for my face, I have already drawn its outline and I strive to incarnate myself. And my reason serves me as a path to that which is drawn by intuition.” The Artist, Infinity, Suprematism.
Looking for a (your) black square, eh?..(it’s totally tubular and/or cubicle: for some context see: Shedding Thick Skin)
“Malevich saw the square as being that work that would necessarily maintain a spiraling triad into the fourth dimension by being a painting, by negating painting, by bringing painting into a new context, painting beyond painting. Malevich hung a black square in the centre of the world of meaning.”
Is this it???
3 minutes…what IF 3 minutes was the only amount of time you had?! What would you say? Who would you seek? Who would you want to see? What would you want to see? What would you do? How will you use your 3 minutes???
(FYI: the above-blank space is aka white on white : too pure to read.
And p.s. THANK YOU! to the Great Time Keeper for my minutes and yours.)
photo-black-square-in-the-black-square available at shutterstock
Winifred, J. (2014). A Life. Psych Central. Retrieved on January 17, 2018, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/wellness/2014/04/a-life/