Would you hang this picture in your home?
You will find it at http://www.freespiritart.com/
A righteous life and rigorous training without a heart full of grace is like an
egg without a yolk — a fragile shell that will break under the slightest
Not only are Pharisees a bore and an active bother, they
eventually crack under the strain of impossible expectations.
only one side of the truth, however,
for though Pharisees are eggs without
yolks, those who try to exist solely on mercy without structure or discipline
are like eggs without shells —
a sticky, gooey mess.
Seeking the Face of God
I happened upon this egg quote on Cindy's sidebar... and kept mulling it over. I guess because I like eggs .... for several reasons.
I like paintings of them and poems about them.
I like to eat them, too. I think they are good for me. In fact, I know they are.
Here's a link to my *egg* training.
Furthermore, here's a link to an insightful article about culture addressing the issue of the artist versus the entertainer. Again I found it at Cindy's.
The author, Endre Balogh, who is new to me appears to be a talented musician and artist.
Here's a link to his version of a broken egg.
Who is new on your cultural horizon?