Botticelli by Marco Albertario

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Georgia O'Keeffe is an example to us that we can be independent, powerful and caring, that those can be one and the same; and that in the consummate act of harmonizing with nature's ways, in its deceptively contradictory forms, we are strengthened, and rather than lose identity, find it. P. Page 7 Die Rose ist ohne warum; sie blühet weil sie blühet. The rose without a why flowers because it flowers. ANGELUS SILESIUS Page 9 One It is a Wednesday in October, and it is 1983. She has driven up from Santa Fe, for an interview, nothing more.

An act as plain as slowly, deliberately lifting a teacup to one's lips, or perhaps inquiring gently of another's well-being, not bringing attention to oneselfthat is what I saw. And that is what this story is about. She allowed us to see a life of careful attention, and it was clear. Georgia O'Keeffe is an example to us that we can be independent, powerful and caring, that those can be one and the same; and that in the consummate act of harmonizing with nature's ways, in its deceptively contradictory forms, we are strengthened, and rather than lose identity, find it.

This was evidenced over and over in my experience by her responses to an explanation; for example, why something wasn't necessary, or that she already had a handkerchief in her hand. She would laugh, not be upset at her "loss of face," as she Page 26 might have been if she were throwing her weight around. Or I'd say, "You just had lunch, Miss O'Keeffe. " These observations of her intent, of her simple, clear, direct approach to everything, made me wonder if she had not often been misunderstood.

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