Happy New Year Everyone!
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New Years Resolutions List
- Lose weight by inventing an anti-gravity machine
- Stop repeating myself again, and again, and again.
- I will read the manual… just as soon as I can find it.
- I will stop making lists…..
Interesting Fact: There are two ways to make ice sculpture: You can carve into a block of ice or make a mold. Blocks of ice are obtained from frozen rivers and lakes. Typically water that freezes slowly makes clear ice and is preferred by artists to make ice sculptures. In some places, artificial blocks of ice are made for this purpose. ( http://www.ehow.com/about_5393158_history-ice-sculptures.html )
In a wild world and hazy emotional havoc,
New anticipated promissory anecdotes were crafted from Nairobi down to Bangkok
The beauty and unfolding self paints a cheerful face,
Interwoven jubilant colors all over the place,
But undoubtedly every element is undergoing a tough transition,
Every will and desire is gradually showcasing unfriendly audition,
Growth is inevitable,
Human deepest needs, and transformation- unquestionable,
Your innate transposing power ,
Extends a golden cast flower,
Nothing else matters if this ends in an edge of despair,
Scaffolding any adversity beyond such a snare,
2015 remains the year we scrapped off such fears,
A new path to drill it afresh and no one interferes,
No need to seek validation,
Greatness transcends any deflation or frustration,
“So this implies that the war is still ON?”
Huh, the contest is already won!
In the midst of painful glare,
And dusty crimson flair–
Will you be there?
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importance is a self-
it exists only because
we determine in
our own, frail minds
the value we will
place on a thing,
a place, an idea,
a job, a paycheck,
a life, a death,
a word, a thought
nothing is important
unless we make it
It’s Sunday, the concert is here to listen, there’s no footage at all this time, yet it’s so simple to imagine these five playing together, and yes – the year of the recording was 1958!
Alto Saxophone – Ornette Coleman Bass – Charlie Haden Drums – Billy Higgins Piano – Paul Bley Trumpet – Don Cherry