Embrace Tuesday, Mar 2 2010 

‘Embrace’ is the image of a lid of a sarcophagus in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA.  I was drawn to the touching yet haunting image of the husband and wife embracing each other.  Even in death, the love they share will carry them through whatever may lie ahead.  How many people search for that kind of love every day?  If their search was fulfilled, would they be able to navigate through life’s obstacles with more confidence and determination?  The constant and undying support of a loved one is indeed a special and wonderful thing to have, but learning to trust and believe in one’s self is priceless.

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Finding the Way Monday, Feb 15 2010 

BART Station, San Fransisco Airport, California

Like so many of us that get lost in our journey through life, this traveler is searching for some help and guidance.  Will there be enough information to help him find the way?  Or indeed, are we all traveling through life’s journeys on our own?

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Lone Musician Friday, Feb 12 2010 

This photograph was taking in Chinatown, San Fransisco, California.  There was a festival celebrating the Chinese New Year.  Stands selling flowers and Chinese goods could be seen along all of the streets, and hundreds of people crowded around to make some favorite purchases.  In the midst of all of this celebration sat this lone musician.  The tune he played was sorrowful, and it floated above the people’s voices desperately crying for attention, but none came.  No one paid this man any notice, and his song floated harmlessly into the clouds.  I was immediately drawn to this man and his song, yet upon reflection, I gave him as little attention as everyone else at the festival.  How many times in our lives have we turned a blind eye to those who are less fortunate or who may be in need?  Perhaps, this lonely musician can be a lesson for us all.

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