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Nice!! Love the Austerity and Simplicity of this "COMMON RAVEN" original linocut block print by ______???

  • Kristin Love

    Love the Shirt, Thank You!!! Went to the Etsyland Store and have it on my Gift List!! :)

“This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson

  • VerMints Organic Mints

    @Tresa Horner - Thanks for sharing! Excellent photography and quote! What a great morning boost for us!

  • Tresa Horner

    Hope you are having a great morning and know what to do with it! I'm enjoying my morning catching up with my friends on facebook and Pinterest. Have a wonderful day!

  • Tresa Horner

    I'm having trouble knowing how to manage my time now a days. Busy time of the year!

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Could do something like this if I modified the arms of a clock to be loosely telescoping so they only display 3-9.

Wow! That's cool!

Love this Wee Story of Raven and the metaphor of the Rain and weeping...... "Once Upon a Time…" by Blue Ruins

Step back and see your life as your True Being sees it, guided by truth in stillness, offering direction without judgement, and knowing your connection to the universe. In time every moment will be genuine, fulfilling, and infinitely valuable.

Clock Hourglass Time: "Lost #Time," by Haikus.

Quiet minds cannot be perplexed or frightened but go on in fortune or misfortune at their own private pace, like a clock during a thunderstorm.~ Robert Louis Stevenson

"The Light of the Time" Martin Grohs plus his poetry: The light of the time - of the life. Are we responsibly for it how long still it will burn? Or does this determine a higher power? But the question is much more important. When will it go out? When will the end of the time expect us. A really important question to which we don't have any clear answer till now!

This clock represents time and the role it plays in the novel. The novel is told in a non chronological order which represents the absurdity of time. In truth, time, in the novel as well as real life, is simply a man-made illusion and truly means noting unless one decides it does.