Nicolas Dumontheuil, Le Roi Cassé
DOCTOR STRANGE #180 (May 1969)
Art by Gene Colan & Tom Palmer
Words by Roy Thomas
José Clemente Orozco. Departure of Quetzalcoatl, Modern Migration of the Spirit, Gods of the Modern World (top to bottom). The Epic of American Civilization. 1934.
1.“Darling, I am here for you.” Look into their eyes and say this with your full attention. When you love someone the best thing you can offer them him or her is you’re your true presence.
2.“Darling, I know you are there.” And I am truly happy because I know you are there.” You recognize the presence of your loved one something very precious. Embrace your partner with your mindfulness.
3.“Darling, I know you suffer, that is why I am here for you.” Acknowledge your partners suffering, their pain and your presence alone can bring immediate relief.
4. “Darling, I suffer. I’m trying my best to practice. Please help me”. This is one of the most difficult to master when you are suffering and you believe that your suffering is caused by your love one and you feel you want to punish them. If you can bring yourself to share the moment and say this to your loved one, you will immediately feel an opening."
— Thich Nhat Hanh (via doloroushazel)
Born Louis Thomas Hardin (1916-1999), Moondog was an ultra-talented, unconventional, homeless, blind American composer, musician, poet and inventor of musical instruments with names such as oo theooo-ya-tsu the hüs and the trimba. Once in New York he deliberately decided to make his home on the streets, and lived that way for 20 years, and could be daily seen at his chosen part of 6th Avenue dressed as a Viking. Regarding this he said, “I don’t dress as I do to attract attention; I attract attention because I dress as I do”.
Moondog. Be a Hobo. Moondog and his Friends. Vol. 1. Epic. 1953.
Silver Surfer #3 Variant Cover
Pencil and acrylic paint on board
1. The Scream (1893)
2. Madonna (1894)
3. Puberty (1894)
4. The Hands (1893)
5. The Vampire (1894)