Tag Archives: Mortality

Death by To Do List

OK, I admit it. Tonight, I feel tired.  I feel tired, ageing and achy.  Most of this is due to working hard, but some of it is due to having so many unfinished items on my long-term To-Do lists, that … Continue reading

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Time is Short

Today, I am painfully aware that time is short.  Retirement age is racing toward me at an alarming rate and yet I still have so much I want to do; things that have significance and meaning to me.  I want … Continue reading

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Mute Testimonies

There was a rather provocative exhibition I read about recently.  The artist had decided to take a cold, hard look at the realities of living a creative life, for most people.  Knowing how singularly undervalued art and artists are and … Continue reading

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Because You Still Can

How many artists can you think of that were cut down in their prime, or rendered incapable of creating their art, prematurely?  I bet it’s a lot.  There are legions of examples.  Sudden illness, injury, misadventure or even death can … Continue reading

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