In truth, this work is not limited to a few people who dedicate their lives to serving others. We all have the ability to pause and reflect on who is standing before us at any given moment. And at that moment we are given a choice. We can choose to turn toward them rather than away.
Threading needles is out, as is focusing my beloved 35 mm Nikon. But I've embraced the digital world of photography. I can't bowl or play tennis to save my life and you wouldn't want me pitching for your ball team. The fact is I couldn't do any of that before anyway.
After living in darkness for most of his life, a North Carolina man can now see thanks to a bionic eye.
Jon Hotchkiss is the creator of the new science series This vs That hailed as "revolutionary" and "hilarious." To see the
You uncover meaning and find satisfaction through your own ability to pay close, critical attention; through patiently exploring an image; and through discovering patterns, relationships, and associations.
I try to keep the conversation light-hearted at first, but once it's clear that my conversational partner is getting a little too light-hearted, I need to make sure that they know I'm serious about the fact that the blue tag hanging on my rearview mirror is mine.
I went to the Denver Zoo recently to reflect. Quite often, a change of scenery helps give me a fresh perspective.
My newfound affliction to donkey ears is a beautiful gift not only to my art, but also to my life and health. For observing them requires me to stop and experience each enjoyable twitch.
If you bend down, and look up against the light--often a good trick in museums, because it reveals flaws and shows off the