Character of Texas Portrait Company

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There is Nothing Heavier than Compassion

Why? Why in the world are people so condemning toward each other? Do animals do this? Surely the animal world is kinder than that. Their aggression toward each other is from a natural state of survival. What is condemnation and where is it coming from? Do all people experience it? I’m in my third floor apartment … Continue reading

I Want Real Love and Nothing of Its Imitation

I read a quote online, today, and this was it: To the people who love you, you are beautiful already. This is not because they’re blind to your shortcomings but because they so clearly see your soul. Your shortcomings then dim by comparison. The people who care about you are willing to let you be … Continue reading

The Secret of Success According to Mark Twain

I am tired. But, it feels good. I am seeing ideas that have long been of interest becoming tangible. I am creating and publishing and working with creative friends. I like that this can be a part of my work. I found a quote, today, from Mark Twain, “The secret of success is making your vocation your … Continue reading

Character of Texas Portrait Company is Now on Facebook

Hello, and welcome! I am happy to say that Character of Texas Portrait Company is finally on Facebook. Finally, interesting word. Conveys that what is being written of should have happened sometime before. But, is that appropriate? Is that then the right word? Everything happens in its own time. Human suffering, … finally.. I would say … Continue reading