9 x 13 watercolor paper
Golden acyrlics, Catherine Moore stamped images, other collage mishmash
It is a fact of life, we as humans view our reality in parts. We think in terms of left brain, right brain, we believe we are comprised of mind, body and spirit. We live different lives at work, play, in our relationships and in personal self growth.
We are the kings and queens of compartmentalisation. We are a giant multiple personality disorder. Now it is only logical that if we view ourselves in parts and we live our reality in parts that at some point, we will experience conflict.
Conflict because our parts don't always agree.
We want the sum of our parts to become whole. At least I do.
It's about living in the present, a present filled with individual moments. Moments which can be measured in time, seconds, minutes, hours, or days, by events etc.
and each moment can be explored with infinite possibilities to be who we really are.
It is in these individual moments that we are whole.
My intention is to pull my self together, find the sum of my parts and live in the moment, as much as possible.
I think Mr. Rob is Carlos Casteneda's alter ego. Carlos Casteneda, the Peruvian born, American author (1925- 1998) had some interesting thoughts about all of this in this in his early writings in "The Teachings of Don Juan".
Here's to living in the moment, may they be plentiful.
Thank-you for your visits and kind words, as always my best to you. My other blog locale: "The Way I See It"