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Cesare Sofianopulo (Italian, 1889 – 1968)
Masks (Maschere), 1930
Oil on canvas, 77,5 x 103 cm

new #avi's an #art detail of #CesareSofianopulo's #painting... #sphynx a lil' bit bout all'em #masks yer wearin' all da time...
maketh teh YA #smile...
but! ya know, me dont keep'em avis for long...
 
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ha! only diz morn me real iced dat behind our @Y T's d* address hides a famous Native American Shawnee warrior and chief called Tecumseh (in Shawnee, Tekoomsē, meaning "Shooting Star" or "Panther Across The Sky", or "Blazing Comet", and also written as Tecumtha or Tekamthi).

#hm... leave ya wid a #panther and #sky, a #Shawnee and a #soul... with #Tecumseh... with all da #blessings




#hm... maybees ye #bethink and #sphynx and #meditate about... #gratitude !
 
the book that has left the strongest impression of all the many books I have read is

Return from Tomorrow by George G. Ritchie


here's a pdf about Dr. George Ritchie's #Near-Death #Experience
In 1943, at the age of 20, Dr. George G. Ritchie, Jr., M.D., (September, 25, 1923 – October 29, 2007) was a private in the Army stationed in Texas awaiting a transfer to Richmond to study medicine at the Medical College of Virginia to become a doctor for the military. However, he got sick with pneumonia and died. The Army physician in charge stated in a notarized statement that the medical officer summoned detected "no evidence of respiration or cardiac impulse" and declared Ritchie dead. Ritchie had left his body in
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