Archive for March, 2006

Illustration Friday: Spring

by admin Mar 31, 2006 5 Comments

Here is todays posting to Illustration Friday and the theme is: Spring. I had the sun, a lotus, and a plant sprouting in mind when I created this, took about ten minutes.


The Last Thought

by admin Mar 30, 2006 10 Comments

Last Thought
Whatever manifested aspect a man might think of at death, when he leaves the body — that, O Son of Kunti, he reaches, whose thoughts always conform to that particular life expression.
- The Bhagavad Gita (Translation by Nataraja Guru)

Death, the known eventuality we are all heading to, the destination where all perception ends, but what about thought, what is its state? Especially the last one you will ever have at the crossroads of life, death, and after-life.

Worth a 1000 words: Martin Quinn

by admin Mar 29, 2006 1 Comment

Moving RockNo photoshop magic in the “Moving Rock” photograph by Martin Quinn, which captures a very intriguing natural phenomenon of moving rocks in Death Valley.

This was taken at the Racetrack in Death Valley. I did nothing to this rock, no one knows why but these rocks move on the dry lake bed. No one has ever seen them move but the trails make it obvious that they do move. The most common belief is that the wind pushes them across the surface when it’s wet.
- Martin Quinn

Moment of Zen

by admin Mar 29, 2006 Add comment

Aldo Leopold“We end, I think, at what might be called the standard paradox of the 20th century: our tools are better than we are, and grow faster that we do. They suffice to crack the atom, to command the tides. But they do not suffice for the oldest task in human history: to live on a piece of land without spoiling it.”
- Aldo Leopold

Earth: Stressed Out

by admin Mar 27, 2006 11 Comments

Sick EarthIs it time for us to stop worrying about life, death, after life, and all the other truths we are seeking, to stop everything we are doing and start listening to a planet under stress? Over the past few weeks, I have noticed a flurry of news articles addressing the state of the planet, and its rapid deterioration. Is the planet trying to reach us, tying to tell us there is a problem, and not everyone is alert and listening?

Oldest Memory

by admin Mar 22, 2006 2 Comments

grade one class photo
Once in a while I do an exercise to see how far back I can remember, and I have always ended up with the same memory, and I wonder if that could be my oldest memory?


by admin Mar 21, 2006 1 Comment


The Commonwealth: A Post Colonial Club

by admin Mar 20, 2006 4 Comments

CommonwealthIgnorant as I still am, I did not know anything about the Commonwealth until today. I was, at first, surprised when I read, “India picks three more gold”, but that surprise went poof after I read, India won 69 medals, including 30 gold, in the last Commonwealth Games in Manchester, in the same news article.

Moment of Zen

by admin Mar 19, 2006 1 Comment

Lyndon B. JohnsonIf future generations are to remember us with gratitude rather than contempt, we must leave them more than the miracle of technology. We must leave them a glimpse of the world as it was in the beginning, not just after we got through with it.
- Lyndon B. Johnson

Illustration Friday: Feet

by admin Mar 17, 2006 3 Comments

Here is my first posting to Illustration Friday and today’s theme is: Feet. Not quite sure how this image formed in my head, but seeing feet as the theme, and hearing someone say, “St. Patrick’s day“, in the background, is probably the reason. A quick five minute doodle and this is what I got:


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