Kamal and Lee
Kamal: Lee, are you taking enough time away from your work to enjoy yourself?
Lee: I don’t know. I enjoy my work, Kamal. But I’m enjoying our visit, also. Do you think perhaps I’m living a little too close to the edge?
Kamal: It’s okay to live on the edge, my friend. But some times if you sit down and let your legs hang over the edge, that’s fun too. And, one more thing Lee Broom, that you need always to remember….
Lee: Yeah, what’s that Kamal?
Kamal: If you’re not living on the edge, you’re taking up way too much space.
Lee: Thanks, Kamal. I appreciate your pointing that out. Any other words of wisdom?
Kamal: Ask me tomorrow. Lee Broom, I need something to look forward to.
Lee: Any clues?
Kamal: Yes. Let’s talk about women.
Lee: Agreed. I’ll do some research. I’ll look it up in Wikipedia.
Kamal: You need more “hands on” research.
Lee: Tomorrow, Kamal Amin. Tomorrow.
“Forgiveness” Baruch Koritan
Acrylic on canvas with paper and found objects
Offering and accepting forgiveness is a freeing act. Multitudes of possibilities flow generously and intensely toward one another. Endings are reopened to permit new found avenues of expression and fulfillment.
Reestablished trust permits the conduction of energy that kindles the brightest sparks of wisdom and love on which all may grasp and grow.
Forgiveness finds acceptance as it rejects past mistakes, allowing ideas to regroup into a beautiful newness.
Truth expands in many ways.
Something gets bent
Something gets broken
Someone is waiting
For words to be spoken.
And enhancement occurs.
It happens on Friday Mornings.
Medical Building Scottsdale AZ Designed by Kamal Amin
“Every morning I dressed up in a suit and tie, drove to the office and sat on my chair next to the telephone. No one knew I was there……..After two weeks of waiting by the telephone in my office, it rang one morning. I said to myself, ‘Good Lord, someone knows I am here’………..”