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Author Archives: Nancy Wait
Oh, America. What have we done to you?
Was it only a dream of what we might be? Continue reading
This, or That?
Connected to Source, or Imprisoned in Ego? Unity Consciousness, or . . . Continue reading
Cue the Mending Basket
Every actor must know their cues, which means we all do if we believe as Shakespeare did… All the world’s a stage, all the men and women merely players. Today my cue is a paean to the Mending Basket, also … Continue reading
Higher Self Breakthrough
Who: me and my first husband When: eons ago Where: Heathrow Airport What: a memory sparked by a discussion at A Tree of Light, Community Forum Why: the latest discussion on “Living Through These Times as a Soul” We came … Continue reading
Posted in A Day in the Life, Uncategorized Tagged consciousness, higher self, inner awareness, intuitive knowing, letting go, perception, trust, understanding 7 Comments
I thought it was always ‘now.’ Ram Das said, “Be here now,” so if I was here, wasn’t it now? Being born with the surname of Wait only helped if I remembered, and ‘to wait’ doesn’t actually mean to … Continue reading
Being on Timers
The day I knew I had an inner timer was the day I heard a dinging in my soul. Continue reading
this Park, this Brooklyn
This drawing, this park, this Prospect Park, these 526 acres, these remains of Brooklyn’s indigenous forest. This play area with off-leash hours. This Dog Beach just off the Long Meadow at the Pools. This drawing, these dogs, these people, this … Continue reading
Posted in A Day in the Life, ART, Brooklyn, Uncategorized Tagged Brooklyn, Dog Beach, drawing, Park Slope, people working, perception, Prospect Park, sketchbook art, volunteers 2 Comments
I do not have a garden,I do not have a plot of land,I do not have a flowerTo plant and grow by hand.But what I have is paper,What I have is paint,What I have is such an urgeTo draw without … Continue reading
Posted in ART, Uncategorized Tagged Art, art and feeling, art and reality, consciousness, drawing, inner awareness, painting, poetry, poetry art, storytelling 3 Comments
Two strong and fearless women, one in a glorious helmet and armor decorated with snakes, the other in her crown of seven spikes, her tablet a book of law.
Their eyes lock. Lady Liberty raises her torch with her right hand. Minerva salutes back with her left.
Posted in ART, Brooklyn, Uncategorized Tagged Battle Hill, Brooklyn, drawings, Green-Wood Cemetery, Minerva in Brooklyn, Statue Minerva, Statue of Liberty 2 Comments
The Color Orange
On a gray day I went to the greengrocer for orange bell peppers and carrots to eat and to color and draw and digest. Ol’ Blue Eyes said, “Orange is the happiest color.” Van Gogh said, “There is no blue … Continue reading
Posted in ART, Uncategorized Tagged color orange quotes, drawing fruits and veg, happy color, orange, sketchbook 2 Comments