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Old 12-22-2013, 10:13 PM
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Re: Harley Brown's eternal truths....

Harley- In case you come back....its been a fun ride. Hope your able to stop by from time to time, say hi, drop a few words of wisdom, let us know how things are for you. Hope to cross paths with you someday in real life. Take care, and, oh, Happy Painting!

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Old 01-01-2014, 04:02 AM
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Re: Harley Brown's eternal truths....

THE NEW YEAR .....2014

It seems strange putting that number down: 2014

Especially when I remember such numbers as 1948, 1972, etc.

A much overused phrase is "Where did the time go?" Impossible to answer.

When you think of it, a year is quite a bit of time. All of us can recall certain years where we did the impossible or the unusual. Things that make our existence matter.

In time, as I got confidence in myself, (through art actually,) I saw that finding myself was the ticket to a "contented" feeling. It also gave me resilience, strength.

As this past year drifts into memories and the New Year opens up, we have a chance to commit: "I need to get serious." Serious about enjoying life and having inspired fun. Fun in our own very individual way.

WARNING: self fulfillment and doing what pleases, makes time fly.

Right here and right now, I wish you the best of life coming up. It's not easy and never will be; yet that challenge lifts our spirits when bits and pieces begin to happen. Remember: bits and pieces in the right direction.

Here's to you.

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Re: Harley Brown's eternal truths....

Hope your year is shaping up to be the best yet, Harley!
I have been trawling back through my old copies of International Artist. Your words still inspire my thoughts, and it is good to be reminded of what your wrote. Thank you!
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Old 07-30-2014, 10:51 PM
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Re: Harley Brown's eternal truths....

Seven months ago he posted. I knew something was going on, but being slow, I didn't sneak back on to Wet Canvas quick enough. I've been absent for maybe a couple years? Yes, I have been painting, and teaching but am stopping that because it has worn me out. The good news is that last year my cataracts went bye-bye and I was able to see color--blues and purples! WOWeee!

So adios, mi amigo Harley. Salud.
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