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Eric Fromm on how love is primarily giving, not receiving

In the most general way, the active character of love can be described by stating that love is primarily giving, not receiving. What is giving?

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Sunday Showcase: Whistler’s “Nocturne: Blue and Gold…” is melodious and harmonious

Since when does aesthetic consideration take precedence over realistic observations? Well, since Whistler. He painted the commonplace with mood, color, and form.

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What does surveillance look like?

When everyone is watched, every behavior becomes dangerous.

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Weeklinks – Edition 3

This week’s links on creativity, social media, distractions, tips on writing and drawing, art, Lady Lilith, and Max Ernst. PLUS! Unusual inspiration for unusual times.

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Sunday Showcase: Expansion by Paige Bradley

The Sunday Showcase, not to be confused with “The Sunday Scaries”, literally zooms in on a piece of artwork and shares videos and/or quotes from the artist.

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Harvest

It’s harvest and I ask for more time without pressure.

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What I love is blue

What I love about you is blue.

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The Marriage of Romeo & Juliet by Death (1967-1975) by Salvador Dali

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The only difference between the Surrealists and me is that I am a Surrealist – Salvador Dalí

The Temptation of St. Anthony (detail), 1946 Oil on Canvas, 89.5 x 119.5 cm (35 1/4 x 47 in.) Brussels, Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique

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The Gallery Inn

San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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Consume a creator

I had consumed and then I created, or rather, I had chewed something up and spat it out.

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