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Merry Summer Solstice!

Dark Shadows of Economic Meltdown, Global Warming and Personal Worries are waving their ugly arms at us again. Will they win? Will they grasp our warm hearts and squeeze the living juices out of them? Once a year Sunlight beats … Continue reading

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Human Nature.

This is an eternal question that both priests and politicians claim to know the answer for but each of us struggles to find our own individual response: Is human nature good or bad? Depending on when and where you catch … Continue reading

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Fundraising. Story 9: Preparation.

I forget which one of the world’s religions give this advise: – Be prepared!  Am sure they meant spiritual preparedness, but preparedness comes in handy in the material world, too.  Robin Hayes and Kay Churchill had set a date for … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice!

The world’s best lighting designer has lit up the set for the party. This is the time of light and fun. But you aren’t in the mood. You are stressed out, you lost something, you need quiet time for self … Continue reading

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Personal Story. Futility 1.

I am a one woman operation. Every day I draw about 30 – 60 drawings and since I can’t afford an assistant, in the evening I scan them in myself. The simple, mentally undemanding task of scanning turns my mind … Continue reading

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City Riga vs Paper Mache

One of the characters in my film is Riga, the capital of Latvia. I thought it would be interesting to involve buildings in action and reaction. So I did a research of Riga’s architecture, which is very special version of … Continue reading

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It all began here

Where do all things around us originate? I don’t mean things like trees, or ocean’s salty water, or French Alps, origins of which are getting lost in the debate involving Intelligent Design and statements made in the Most Printed Book … Continue reading

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