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23rd Nov 2011

Thanksgiving Inspiration

Last night, I kept awakening for now reason and then just comfortably cuddling beneath the covers as I was wide awake.

Ten Commandments (George Washington) Portrait by Judy Rey Wasserman

George Washington Print

It rarely happens that I cannot easily go to sleep whenever I wish. It is just some sort of a gift I have that I can easily go to sleep. I have never been kept awake by any worry or concerns. I even slept during the last stages of labor and they would wake me up and say “Push!”So, I have little experience with lying in bed awake unless it is by choice.

As I lay awake last night , I was very much in the moment. In the Now. So I decided just to experience lying in bed.  Just being.

And it just naturally followed, as being in the now, in the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand – the I AM moment – that I naturally welled up with appreciation for it. One cannot drag in resentments, anger, fear, upsets, and any of the past woes into the now and actually be in the Now. Being in that present time, which is a kind of being in the Truth, one enjoys the clarity of appreciating the gift of the moment.

There I was cozily appreciating and giving The Divine thanks for my being cozy, for the breathing I began to experience, for the dark, for the now…At that moment, everything was perfect.And then the alarm went off. It was morning. At some point I had just fallen fast asleep. Woman of Valor Rosebud print

Despite our daily concerns, worries and goals, we have so much to be grateful for that we did not really create for ourselves. Even a sick person has enough good health to be alive, and enjoy all if not most of their senses of sight, taste, smell, etc.

It’s not about seeing the glass as half full or half empty but experiencing the kind of miracle that there is a glass that can hold water and that there is water. For even glassblowers cannot make the silica and ingredients used to make a glass, and water is always a gift of life.

This Thanksgiving I look forward to giving more thanks quietly and personally. In appreciating small moments and acts of moments of chewing, sharing, laughing, seeing breathing and being in the now.

I hope this inspires you to join me in that appreciating and give thanks in the now, too.

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16th Nov 2011

Post Conceptual Art Video Wins Award from Ulpan Or!

My video, “Painting with the Big Bang of Genesis” won the top prize from Ulpan Or’s Facebook contest. SEE:  http://www.ulpanor.com/2011/ulpan-or%E2%80%99s-free-online-hebrew-course-contest-%E2%80%93-the-awards/

The contest asked contestants to answer the question, “Why I love Hebrew”. Watch the winning video below to see the amazing correlations between Torah font Hebrew and elementary physics as depicted in the radical new Post Conceptual UnGraven Image Art.

My first lesson was two days ago, and I am already saying some phrases and answering simple conversational questions. The materials include Ulpan Or’s book, a CD to listen and review what I am learning, plus, a wonderful and patient teacher, Miri, who I will be working with over our Skype connection.

The most difficult subject for me to learn, even just pass has always been foreign languages, in both high school and college. I am so visually orientated that learning to speak and understand another language is difficult. After many years of French studies, I can read French fairly well, but understanding what is said to me is difficult, beyond elementary phrases.

However, I am applying myself diligently, and am finding that the approach of Ulpan Or, through the one-to-one teaching over the phone and the CD quickly gives me more listening experience and also engages my participation.

It is my hope that my mouth will speak Hebrew as well as my hands “speak” Hebrew’s Torah font in my art. To watch that happen, see the video below.


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