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June 6, 2021

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Tea, Ink, Life's Mystery

There is some deep internal intelligence.
Some non-verbal narrative, which nourishes us,
which has its own natural wellspring.

– Slobodan Dan Paich –

Tea, Ink, Life’s Mystery

“Amidst the hectic streets of San Francisco,
an elderly man, a small calming dot of black in a fast-moving wave, is momentarily glimpsed on the streets then reappears translucently through glass. He is visible only to those that take the time to see. What is singular about the man is his mesmerizing slowness. Silent Crescendo,
directed by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee for The Global Oneness Project, is a meditative and intimate portrait of ex-Yugoslavian emigre artist Slobodan Dan Paich. It follows his daily ritual of creating simple drawings with tea and ink,
which transcends art making.” { read more }

Be The Change

Is there a practice in your life that puts you in contact with an inner intelligence? For more inspiration, check out this interview with Slobodan Dan Paich. { more }

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