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Interesting. Thanks for sharing!

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Apr 1Liked by Michael Newberry

I loved your way of describing the 3 Goddesses, and the meanings related to how they were depicted in "human" form. It sparked something deep within me that illuminates the very reason for the spiritual war we are engaged in on Earth at this time. We allowed others to convince us that being a human being was not enough, so certain conditions needed to be met to make us better than or more powerful than how we were made, in the image of our creator. Art, definitely describes and depicts the human story so profoundly. Just like the author of "The Book of Love" by Kathleen McGowen pointed out!

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Apr 1Liked by Michael Newberry

I will watch those videos later… it’s feline food o’ clock 🤭

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Apr 1Liked by Michael Newberry

Loved hearing your take on these sculptures, from the mind of an artist/your artistic perspective, portraying a message through form. Not so simple. Considering what you said about the Greeks seeing Gods as human, leads me to think about the Nature of consciousness, and the Human form being created to Speak this reality into being. To artistically create reality into form, to be those that evolve the Nature of Consciousness.

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Kara, Heavy! Love it. Thank you.

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Apr 2Liked by Michael Newberry

I love your observations on this gorgeous sculpture, it’s amazing how intricate, detailed, and fluid it is.

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