Author Archives: jguider
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “I Want to Know What Love Is.” Love is never having to say – anything; although well-crafted words create moments that glamorize silence. For those who are old enough to remember ‘Love Story,’ … Continue reading
A flowering tree and a architectural icon. Seasons renew their assets as we permit with mankind’s acts of creation. Continue reading
From Thailand – patterns from the people and one from artisan sand crabs
Amidst the weight and volume of Christmas and holiday ornaments, a few tend to distinguish themselves for personal reasons. In them we discover something about others; in some we see ourselves. Seventeen Decembers passed before we recognized the error. In that seventeenth year on … Continue reading
I like the word ‘renewal.’ I love the word ‘renewal.’ Its mood is positive, upbeat and uplifting. With its parts, the word constructs the meaning of fresh start, a rebirth that returns belief in recovery, restoration, and perhaps immortality. It … Continue reading
Patterns, sharp edge angles, smooth transitions and even chaos demonstrate that variety provokes thought and conversation. That is good – even when we prefer the twists and turns of other styles.