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Making Art: An Eternal Love Affair

The poet Charles Entrekin once said, “You do what you do whether you are in love or not.  But if you are in love, everything that you do becomes important.”

When we fall back into the state of love with another person, everything they say, every turn of the cheek, and each slight shrug of the shoulder or sound of his or her laughter, goes into a place in our hearts and our minds that is like a position on a sacred altar. It remains as a cardinal memory for a lifetime.  The smile of the one we first loved, if reminded of by someone else’s smile fifty years later, releases a burst of joy in us, unexpectedly. Love has dismissed our illusions of time and space and remains intact for eternity.  READ MORE