An Interview With Harold Norse, Part One: The Art of Teaching – Art by Rob Goldstein

From – An Interview With Harold Norse, Part One: The Art of Teaching
Rob Goldstein

In 1992, I interviewed my friend and literary mentor, Harold Norse.

I moved in with Norse in July of 1984 and moved out in August of 1989 .

Source: An Interview With Harold Norse, Part One: The Art of Teaching – Art by Rob Goldstein

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Ali Wanted To Be…

Ali Wanted To Be…

In Depth Interview with Victor Bockris, Author of ”Muhammad Ali in Fighter’s Heaven”

by Tobe Damit

Muhammad Ali by Andy Warhol

Foreword by Victor Bockris:

The Ali-Warhol Photo Tapestry shown up above as the ”banner” for this article is 60 x 32 inches and comes in various forms ranging from The Ali-Warhol Boxed Set (on 24 separate canvases) to the popular vertical edition on one large print thirty by six four inches, three images across and eight down. It is a beautiful and historic work executed by the Bockris-Schmidlapp team. Copies still available.

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Will We Celebrate the Birth of Christ in Heaven? 

 

Resources – Eternal Perspective Ministries

Photo: Unsplash
Randy Alcorn (@randyalcorn) is the author of over fifty books and the founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries.

I think we will celebrate the birth of Christ in Heaven for all eternity. How could we not celebrate His incarnation? Certainly we will celebrate—though celebrate doesn’t seem quite the right word—the triumph of the resurrection of Christ. We will also rejoice in His crucifixion by thanking and praising God for the love He demonstrated by going to the cross for us.

There could have been no atonement without the incarnation

Source: Will We Celebrate the Birth of Christ in Heaven? – Resources – Eternal Perspective Ministries

Art by Rob Goldstein is Three Years Old this Month

 

People like Me

When I opened this blog in 2013, I was sick, unable to work,
alienated from my partner, and had no confidence in myself.

I opened the blog in December of 2013 and didn’t use it for
the first four months

I didn’t know if  I wanted to write about a topic as fraught
with controversy and shame as DID.

The original name for the blog was People like Me and the
graphic above was the first first header.

Below is the original introduction to People like Me:

My opinions are a synthesis of observation, reading
and personal experience.

Source: Art by Rob Goldstein is Three Years Old this Month