A Brief History of Penmanship on National Handwriting Day By JENNIE COHENUpdated AUG 22, 2018 / original: JAN 23, 2012 Borrowing aspects of the Etruscan alphabet, the ancient Romans were among the first to develop a written script for transactions and correspondence. By the fifth century A.D. it included early versions of lowercase letters and… Continue reading A Handwriting Celebration
… but be conscientious about what you are leaving behind — daily.
Yes! Music is love, and only love In voice, drums, hums, and words Billions of pieces of music are on the praise, the need, the beauty of love And those of destruction They are merely imploring for love
It is often hiding
is not a set goal. I am resolute.I live in resolution.I vibrate in resolution.I fall asleep, and stand awake,stand asleep, and fall awake,not resolute to a goalbut in the trajectory —- that of building.My resolution is not a set goal—- not set, not a state to be reachedbut beinginhaling and exhaling the joy and beautythat… Continue reading My Resolution…
Edmund Burke, born January 1, [Old Style], 1729, in Dublin, Ireland, was statesman, parliamentary orator, and political thinker prominent in public life from 1765 to about 1795 and important in the history of political theory. He championed conservatism in opposition to Jacobinism in Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790).Early lifeBurke, the son of a… Continue reading Celebration Day I: January 1 2022 — Happy Birthday, Edmund Burke *1.1.1729
On this path taken (and given) I have no regretsNot truly Today I am the master of lifeBut starting I was a lost slave of life
An obligation has a source. It may be an internal power, it may be an external one. Ideally, having and feeling obliged ought to be from an internal standpoint, as the character wants standing purity in being self. That which I do wishes to coincide with what is expected of me by my peers and… Continue reading o·blige /əˈblīj/
…is missing much brilliance.
If I can cry, smile, reflect, accept, aspire, succumb, fly, go, and come, naked, in front of a mirror large enough to hold me at a glance — why accuse any body or any soul at any time?
Thank you, William Shakespeare, Miguel de Cervantes, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe! Where would I be without your poetic tongues?And Jalāl ad-Dīn Mohammad Rūmī, and Alexander Pushkin, who can be more inspiring to dive and fly in life through your cultural, and equally transcendental wordings?You all understood something beyond our physical being which has had your… Continue reading Beyond language and vocabulary
Large mirror, naked self, and a mild, sincere smile onto the reflection. (repeat as often as needed)
Another question I find much more crucial, much more relevant, much more exciting, much more profound, much more spiritual and intellectual: what happens before death?
The individual ability to recall a memory, or the lacking ability to do so — either may be a support system, or a protective one, as we have become who we currently are, and evolve into the future self.
if greatness is not physical if being touched is not carnalif love is greater than the bodyif we know beyond knowing, and not nearly near the boundaries of knowledge if we are vibration, independently of an ego driven or destructively shy beingif an embodied soul feels oneness with another why is gender identification?