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upper right you can see a rack of horns

slain by his grandfather the day he was born

far left is a chair his great-grandmother used

in black dress she would sit by a window to view

time passes so quickly… light fades away

the conversations we had are remembered today




“We see the mind like a house, so if your house is on fire, you need to take care of the fire, not to go look for the person that made the fire,” Dung says. “Take care of those emotions first, because anything that comes from a place of fear and anxiety and anger will only make the fire worse. Come back and find a place of calm and peace to cool the flame of emotion down.”



… Matthew asking a Native American about the different cultural artifacts displayed on a blanket… Genevieve asked what the brick was for… he said it was to hold down the blanket…