Ribbons & Curls

I watched the Robin Williams film “Dead Poets Society” for the first time this week. One of my favorite moments was when Mr. Keating climbed up on his desk to demonstrate the power of perspective to his students.

“I stand upon my desk to remind myself that we must constantly look at things in a different way.”

I crawl around on the floor of the woods, or the Botanical Gardens, or the park for the same reason.

Things like this make a difference in life. Don’t let anyone tell you differently…

(© Karen Opp. All rights reserved.)

About Karen

I am a fifty-something anthropology student, an artist, dancer, photographer, healer, mother, grandmother and perennial seeker. I am distracted by shiny things and infused with a sense of wonder at the world around me and people in general. I am a “journey” person who often wishes that I could have a “destination” day at least every now and then…
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