One Day

Four women, brides from four continents, are lounging in my basement for 2 years without a name, without a story, without a signature. Whenever I pass them by, I feel their judgmental stares. Ironic, since I have yet to paint their faces. The last portrait I finished, a mother with her two sons, sent me … Continue reading One Day

Ego Ride

Trying to make sense of it all will not work. You will question everything. Including your sanity. Again and again. When you will grow tired of running, you will surrender and feel the ocean inside of you moving with more gentleness.Forget everything you've been taught. You have no use for it here. Build as many … Continue reading Ego Ride


Your task is not to seek love but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.You see the dust swirling but how can the dust rise by itself? Whoever loves beneath hurt and grief, disappears into emptiness with a thousand new disguises. This is love ... to … Continue reading Rumi


Writing to his would-be sweetheart, Fanny Brawne, the famous English poet John Keats sighed, "I almost wish we were butterflies and liv’d but three summer days – three such days with you I could fill with more delight than fifty common years could ever contain."While I can not say the symbolism of the butterfly/caterpillar has … Continue reading Butterflies