The Brotherhood of the World Award

brotherhood-awardIt looks like I’ve already gotten this award, but that’s OK…This time The Brotherhood of the World Award comes  to me from one of my favorite bloggers, A Momma’s View, and I have new nominees and questions.

A Momma’s view was among the first blogs that I followed when I began my blog.

If you don’t know her blog,  please visit. She likes Moby.  ’nuff sed.



  • Thank and link back to the person who nominated you for the award.
  • List the Rules and Display the Brotherhood of the world Award logo to your post and/or blog.
  • Answer the questions set to you.
  • Nominate around ten bloggers.
  • Create your set of questions for your nominees.

Here are the questions she asked and my answers to them:

  1. Sweat or sour? Sour
  2. Early bird or night owl? Night
  3. Summer or winter? Winter
  4. What’s your most important tradition? Dinner with my partner
  5. Who would you want to be stuck on an island with? My partner
  6. Bungee jumping or white water rafting? Neither
  7. Which mythical creature would you like to have as a pet? Pegasus
  8. Favorite number and why? The number of my next birthday, because making it there means I’m still alive.

My questions:

1. If you had the power to make one change to our world, what would you change?

2. What is your biggest obstacle to blogging?

3. Do you consider yourself competitive?

4. What do you consider the most meaningful social change to come out of the 1960’s?

5. What song makes you think of love?

6. Who is your favorite author and why?

7. Why do you use social media?

8. How has social media changed your life?

Here are my nominees. If you are award free you are under no obligation to accept.




Mother Bethel Poetry Ministry


Memoir Notes


Erika Kind

Sharon Greene

Flickr Wednesday: Visionheart

Below is a statement from Visionheart aka Richard S Warner :

Visual creation, for me, is part of a total ‘gestalt’ ( yes, that old word ) that I try to reach through a symbiotic resonance of image, title with text commentary and the suggestion of musical accompaniment. These are the material or effectual aspects of the piece but even these are not the complete ‘picture’.

All the above elements are taken in and perceived differently through each viewer’s individualized consciousness. Physical givens, psychological associations with shapes, color and form, life experience, openness of mind, imagination, personal histories, all have a play on curving the paths of perception to the contours of individuality.

Vision, text and music resonate, collide with, harmonize or enliven by virtue of a series of these inner filters, some conscious, some below that. What is finally ‘seen’ is the result of all of these elements working together to, indeed, affect the final creation – what finally ‘gels’ or crystallizes as the final perception in the mind of the viewer.

That none of us sees the same picture, in effect, is marvelous to me.

Since there are as many ‘final pieces’ as there are viewers of a single work, then there is no one single way to view it. This ties in with one of my deepest pre-occupations, the world of Quantum Reality.

In that discipline it’s been accepted that there are at least 11 possible dimensions that exist as potential at that level. Which one becomes manifest or particularized is up to a deeper ‘implicate’ order, but the very act of observation causes one to surface and the rest of the possibilities to recede back into the Quantum Vacuum, or, as Ervin Laszlo would call it, the “Akashic Field”.

My “TumbleWorld” images are a visual attempt to call into question the tyranny of a singularity of vision and to provide a visual metaphor for the simultaneity of planes and dimensions that present themselves to us each day and out of which we chose our realities.

The coming Quantum Age will see us all intrinsically inter-connected, non-locally influential and inseparably and holographically affective. My work, then, is a clumsy, first attempt at a Quantum Art, such as that might be.

By virtue of the fact that almost all of it exists virtually and that as many as 33,000 people have viewed it in a single day on Flickr tells me something about the simultaneity and non-local affect of “online art.”

Perhaps Quantum Art is here, now, already. We have only to see it that way.

Richard S Warner
Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Enjoy Richard’s extraordinary work.

Each image has a history and a rational, explained beneath the image on his Flickr Stream.

Giverny Epiphany

Giverny Epiphany

Shimmer Shatter Glamour

Shimmer Shatter Glamour

Manhattan – Postcards from the Divine 2

Manhattan - Postcards from the Divine 2

Manhattan – StaStatStatueofofPerPersPerseuserseus

Manhattan - StaStatStatueofofPerPersPerseuserseus

Manhattan – 53rd St. Pano ( Those Were the Days )

Manhattan - 53rd St. Pano ( Those Were the Days )

Manhattan – Postcards from the Divine 1

Manhattan - Postcards from the Divine 1

Manhattan – Times Square 10

Manhattan - Times Square 10

Manhattan – Times Square 9

Manhattan - Times Square 9

Manhattan – Fifth Avenue Mirror

Manhattan - Fifth Avenue Mirror

Manhattan – Volunteers of America

Manhattan - Volunteers of America

TumbleWorld: Synapse In Jubileo

TumbleWorld: Synapse In Jubileo

TumbleWorld: Through Arboreal Portals

TumbleWorld: Through Arboreal Portals

TumbleWorld: Liquidity of Identity

TumbleWorld: Liquidity of Identity

Manhattan – 54th and Citi

Manhattan - 54th and Citi

So Too the Stones – Last Night the Moon Came

So Too the Stones - Last Night the Moon Came