Category Archives: Philosophy

Message for Passover – Insights on Freedom

flowers as a reminder to get rid of the Ego way
To be Free in body , mind ,soul and Spirit – requires a high awareness every moment.
Passover may be a reminder: Continue reading

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10 Ideas about Words for 2018.

It is better to talk less but say more. Continue reading

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Christmas 2017-2018 – On Sensing the Spiritual Ultimate Beauty

The annunciation of the angel Gabriel to Mary that she will give birth to the Son of God and of Man may be considered as a profound universal metaphor.
All creeds yearn towards the unification with the Divine. Thus become eternally blissful.
Paradoxically, by stressing idiosyncratic territorial characteristics within religion, believers perpetuate a basic human aspect – the principle of possession and belonging.
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Artist Statement for The Other Art Fair

Art as a Philosophic Path

Art as a Spiritual Tendency

Art as expression of Universality

Art as enhancer of Tolerance

Art mirroring both the basic and the Ethereal Continue reading

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The Dream of an Olive Tree – The Path of Peace

One leaf for peace
One leaf for the land
One leaf for wellness – One leaf for worship Continue reading

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Gardening or The Inner Temple

Each species – flowers, bushes, trees – has its own growth conditions Continue reading

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In Memory of Eliahu Gat

Resplendent with curves, nooks, and depressions, your brown earth is laden with steeping reddish hues, a fresh dampness upon its skin which swells veins of orange, green, yellow, and red. A by-gone tremor, of lines frolicking in relief, and threads of nerves thrashing like waters to and fro, become one to the sound of a hymn sung in praise of the Great Mother, the source. Next, a harmony of dissonances your earth exudes, the utmost clandestine lore of sprouting and budding, of fertilization and bloom, all masquerading as colorful arrows jotting, brimming with life. Continue reading

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