Taste of life


Tangles
September 2019, Taste of life |
September 01, 2019

Tangles

LESSONS FROM THE GARDEN ALANDA GREENE writes about likes and dislikes, annoyance and irritation, and how a simple shift in attitude can make all the difference in the world. I’ve been weeding in the Tomato House – a recently built small greenhouse that replaces the decades-old plastic “hoop house.” Although this year the number of plants growing inside it is reduced by a third, the space feels crowded, especially during this weeding process. The tomatoes are supported by jute cord strung from the ceiling and tied at their base. As the plants......

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Orderly chaos

Orderly chaos

AN ART ESSAY Abstract art is an ideal way to express matters of the spirit that can’t be easily verbalized. It transcends the boundaries of language, drawing viewers into an internalized space where they...

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Prayer in Color – An Art Essay

Prayer in color

AN ART ESSAY SYBIL MACBETH can’t remember a time she didn’t pray, but she also can’t remember a time she prayed ‘well’. The practice of ‘Praying in Color’ was born when her desperation to...

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Lessons from the Garden – Raspberries as Agents of Change

Agents of change

LESSONS FROM THE GARDEN ALANDA GREENE explores the topic of perception. Her experience of picking raspberries in the garden becomes the catalyst for understanding the importance of looking at life and situations from many...

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