Scratching the Surface   Leave a comment

Hearts and minds ignited, we work and rework our creative gifts, hoping to somehow spark another’s soul. Likewise with the petroglyph artist, who depicted divine praise, or, perhaps, pedantic mind-maps throughout scattered hallways of Death Valley. Even when the “glyphs” (petro-glogs?) were only scratched as deep as the thin veneer of desert varnish, they enjoyed vast lasting power, enduring at least 525,000,000 times longer than most blog-posts survive on our screens!

There is a miracle here: that human minds and hearts continue to meet in remote rocky ravines, reaching one another across the grand span of thousands of years. What a solid legacy!

petroglyph


Prayer corridor
Rivers of rock stitch the land
Ancient outpourings

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Posted May 6, 2013 by pjsisson in Uncategorized

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