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Re: [mythsoc] Art & Inspiration

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  • sraddha@harkeystudio.com
    Re: translating the finite into the infinite ... Nice, David. I think I m going to post this phrase in my workspace. :-)
    Message 1 of 34 , Apr 24, 2011
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      Re: translating the finite into the infinite

      > But it's so worth trying.

      Nice, David. I think I'm going to post this phrase in my workspace. :-)

      > -----Original Message-----
      >> From: sraddha@...
      >>
      >> Sometimes I wonder, when I'm frustrated with my writing, if it's
      >> because I'm trying to put something infinite (from the Source of
      >> inspiration) into a finite form -- limited by language, medium, and my
      >> own ability to 'translate'.
      >
      > That's it exactly. Whatever is Out There is infinite, and we're
      > just trying to chip off a small piece and pull it into this universe
      > where we (and others) can see it. Of course it's not easy, and it
      > doesn't always work. But it's so worth trying.
      >
      > emerdavid
    • sraddha@harkeystudio.com
      Re: translating the finite into the infinite ... Nice, David. I think I m going to post this phrase in my workspace. :-)
      Message 34 of 34 , Apr 24, 2011
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        Re: translating the finite into the infinite

        > But it's so worth trying.

        Nice, David. I think I'm going to post this phrase in my workspace. :-)

        > -----Original Message-----
        >> From: sraddha@...
        >>
        >> Sometimes I wonder, when I'm frustrated with my writing, if it's
        >> because I'm trying to put something infinite (from the Source of
        >> inspiration) into a finite form -- limited by language, medium, and my
        >> own ability to 'translate'.
        >
        > That's it exactly. Whatever is Out There is infinite, and we're
        > just trying to chip off a small piece and pull it into this universe
        > where we (and others) can see it. Of course it's not easy, and it
        > doesn't always work. But it's so worth trying.
        >
        > emerdavid
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