“Transcendence or detachment, leaving the body, pure love, lack of jealousy–that’s the vision we are given in our culture, generally, when we thing of the highest thing…Another way to look at it is that the aim of the person is not to be detached, but to be more attached–to be attached to working; to be attached to making chairs or something that helps everyone; to be attached to beauty, to be attached to music.”
“Sun-bleached bones were most wonderful against the blue – that blue that will always be there as it is now after all man’s destruction is finished.”
“We are more than just flesh and bones. There’s a certain spiritual nature and something of the mind that we can’t measure. We can’t find it. With all our sophisticated equipment, we cannot monitor or define it, and yet it’s there.”
Destruction into Creation. No matter the feeling or literal, making and unmaking, and making of the unmade.
I have been thinking and thinking of this blog post “called Wednesday Wonder: Sculptor Reuben Margolin from Maureen E. Doallas, over at Writing Without Paper.(click and visit, it’s a link!) I like both the movement and the sound. To get more information about the artist and more examples of the works please visit her blog. She contributes vast amounts or knowledge and food for the mind and the senses every day. I think that while people do post and comment there, she really has no idea the impact that she can have on the individual visiting. Thank you for all that you do Maureen!