Again, I Turn To Paul Klee   3 comments

This posting is a reblog from February 2016. Paul Klee is a favorite artist and philosopher. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being


Usually, I spend a lot of time trying to learn more to better understand human existence. But, every now and then, I turn to what I already know and have experienced, from which there is still much to learn. Just taking the time to listen to the music, enjoy art and read books I have -– taking the time to internalize the magic of the music, carefully read the depth of the words, and looking anew at that which makes the “visible” visible. Why seek more without first making use of what I already have. Plus, what good is life without making full use of what we already have, because life is given only once?

When I do turn to my already gathered knowledge and experience, especially in times of unspeakable destruction that impales our future, I frequently turn to one of the most creative minds of the 20th century, Paul…

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Posted October 9, 2019 by kenneturner in Information

3 responses to “Again, I Turn To Paul Klee

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  1. What ever gets you through the night. 😄👍🏾

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  2. I really, really enjoyed reading this, Kenne. Your words have the ring of truth. What a world we are living in right now.

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    • Tom, You know I really like the things you do without having ever met you. Your blog, your work and that of Ethel. The things we do have a way of crossing parallel paths that we are able to bend. The best connection is always truth.


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