Fleeting moments of fierce clarity are had when the confusion clears and the gray numbness that hangs about our senses draws back allowing us to see the world and ourselves with sharp relief.
Follow author and New England native L.M. Browning in her wanderings across the Northeast, from... read more
“"Becoming aware of the dearness in what might otherwise be regarded as mundane is the ultimate form of insight"”The Author
“"Dreams are the gestation of a future reality. We do not come into being fully formed; rather, we gather, build, and grow. So too our matured identity--what we will be and do in this life--grows as well. Our reality begins as aspiration--vague dreams that sharpen over time until at last tangible. In nourishing our dreams we enable our future self to be born. In protecting that which is still taking root, we allow beauty to enter and flourish in this world."”The Author
“"Society pulls at the hem of the artist's robes--begging that they be made to feel something in this numb age. And if we <the artists> can overpower our insecurities and make it out onto the stage we just may give you that pause you seek. Artists and poets are like streakers--strange introverted streakers--who, overcome by the must, strip themselves naked and dash through the world...through a moment of your life."”The Author