Feel what you feel.
Think what you think.
Only, don't become attached to what you feel or think.
Everything changes up. Two candles. One light.
©2014 by Alice Walker for Carl Dix and Cornel West
*Cracker: from the crack of the whip wielded by slave drivers. http://aliasbruce.typepad.com/alias_bruce/2014/09/alice-walker-on-who-actually-killed-eric-garner.html
"Alexandra Bircken’s site-specific installation Deflated Bodies in the Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield, forms part of her Eskalation 2014 exhibition."
"In the face of such injustice and harm the Bible prophetically kicks away the ladders and gives the lie to seductions of ladder climbing and ladder making. Seen through a biblical lens Alexandra Bircken’s Deflated Bodies portrays the horrific cost and the appalling waste of the thinking which blighted our world then and which continues to do so now. It makes plain all that God desires us to subvert and overthrow.”
(--from art exhibition, http://visualtheology.blogspot.com/2014/11/advent-when-ladder-climbing-stops-we.htmlThis morning watched night become dawn breathing light arriving shapes of mountain, tree. road.
The realm of non-thinking
Can hardly be fathomed by cognition;
In the sphere of genuine suchness
There is neither “I" nor "other."
- Yunmen (864-949)To think,