February 23, 2006
They say time heals wounds, but art heals much better. Art heals the emotional wounds which are inflicted on us unthinkingly every day. Life is short but art is long. The quickest way to immortality is to cheat death through Art.Time is on it's way out. It's time I blogged on the landscape, so here it is. My very first blog. Here I will place all the items that have helped me along in life. It will be anything from news items, comments, to fiction, to images of beauty, to advice, travel lore, to links, to new yoga positions... anything interesting with links galore.
Posted by KJD
Blogger, Bikram Yogi, Hypnotherapist, Flash Fiction editor, Traveller, World citizen, Writer and Teacher and occasional artist based in the UK. Published Work includes: Fiction String of Bright Moments' in Brand Literary magazine, Issue 4, April 2009 'Doorknobs and Bodypaint Fantastic Flash Fiction, an Anthology' Pandemonium Press, 2008 (co- editor and contributor) Little Stints,’ in Gay Tavels in the Muslim World, Haworth Press, 2007, (as Des Ariel) 'Twelve Days a Week'; in Foreign Affairs, 2005, Cleis Press, (as Des Ariel) 'Shosholooza Meyl': Johannesburg to Capetown in 'Looking for Love in Faraway Places', Haworth Press, 2006 (as Des Ariel) 'Beyond Giza'; in Between the Palms Haworth Press, 2005 'Everyone's Alexandria' Harvard LG Review Review, May-June, 2002, Volume IX, No 3 'Breakfast in Bed'; Oscars Press, 1987