Robyn Flatley

‘This is my hope — that we live in peace with one another’

Not everybody has the strength or capacity to hold the greater/larger picture of the Earth. Not everyone has a big enough heart to encompass the vast amount of pain that Israel is inflicting.

The people who are being killed are my brothers, sisters, and children. We are of one flesh, one being, one life.

The children who have lost their short lives or have been maimed or wounded by the bombs, shootings, and rough treatment are the saddest loss, for they represent the future gone too soon.

The people who are killing, maiming, and destroying homes, stores, water, air, earth have to have their hearts hardened. To them, we send love and hope that this love will pierce their hearts so they wake up from the trance they are in. Wake up, and stop the violence.

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Good Van Goghing

Thank you for painting a quick sketch of Charles Monette, who, after 19 years, is once again presenting his artistic work on the stage. I look forward to seeing “Becoming van Gogh.”

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