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Turning Nature Upside Down by Theresa Paulfranz

Everywhere one sees ...

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Factory punch press replication without artistic uniqueness

The graphic without the ephemeral

Blatant words without subtle whispered whimsy

The objective without the subjective

News without theatre

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Everywhere one sees ...

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The pragmatic without the ideal

The outer without the inner

Existence without essence, spirit or meaning

The exoteric without the esoteric

The occult without the mysticism

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I am a hippy that never dropped out. I have held on to impossible idealism and will not give up. I think the human race is a ticking time bomb and we are at the last tick. So what is the good of slow careful pragmatism that allows time for it all to (more...)
 

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Beautifully stated Theresa!  Trying to think ... by Burl Hall on Saturday, May 19, 2012 at 3:34:47 PM
I hope all is well with you... by Theresa Paulfranz on Saturday, May 19, 2012 at 5:46:44 PM