Posted by: DG MARYOGA | 08/03/2016

The Sphinx without a Secret …


 

 

 To Her & Her Illusionary Figure …

 

Illusionary Figures ...

Illusionary Figures …

 

Try to Unveil the Mystery of a Woman’s Soul,Discover the Jewel of Her Heart,Her Colours,Her Perfumes,Her Light,the Blossoms of her Secret Garden ..

 

incandescent light,ineffable elegance & beauty ...

incandescent light,ineffable elegance & beauty …

 

Incandescent Light,Ineffable Elegance & Beauty …

Is a Woman’s Face her Fiction ? Is it an Illusion to you ?

 

Illusionary Figures ...

Illusionary Figures …

 

Ah, women ! They make the highs higher and the lows more frequent … What do you mean by that,Nietzsche … ?

What do you think about Socrates’ aspect ?

“Woman once made Equal to Man becomes his Superior … “

 

? ? ? ...

? ? ? …

 

Painters hate having to explain and dictate what their work is about.It’s whatever you want it to be.Connect it with your subconscious & enjoy Her Charms,Her Grace …

 

Illusionary Figures ...

Illusionary Figures …

 

symbols & allegories ...

symbols & allegories …

 

Looking at Her from a different Perspective …

International Women’s Day

 

 

 

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  1. “Try to Unveil the Mystery of a Woman’s Soul,Discover the Jewel of Her Heart,Her Colours,Her Perfumes,Her Light,the Blossoms of her Secret Garden ..”

    – Not the easiest task in this World. 🙂

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    • Exactly right!You should have a very perceptive eye and a beautiful soul … Thank you so much Draco,I am still dazzled by your intoxicating night shots 🙂 xxx

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  2. What a lovely post, Doda, and perfect for Women’s Day. The images are beautiful and your words are incredibly thought provoking. The status of women has improved so much in recent years for many women around the world. Unfortunately, there are still many others for whom the struggle for equality has a long way to go. Even in more ‘modern’ societies, true equality hasn’t fully been realised. I particularly liked your quotes. They’ve given me something to ponder on. 😀

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    • Glad you enjoyed it Millie,and so many thanks for your rich comment and for sharing your own interpretations and your thoughts with us.Multisided Her role in family and in society,but sometimes they are unsung heroines.The status of women has improved in recent years as you said but there is still discrimination in several fields worldwide.And,it not only the laws that protect and promote Her it also has to do with people’s mentality and the way we bring up our children who are the future of our world.Best to you, Doda

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  3. Some interesting thoughts and different ways of looking at women… although I think I prefer the Sphinx WITH a secret… and let our imaginations run wild trying to figure it out!!! Lovely post….

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    • Thank you Roslyn for your always interesting remarks and your advanced thoughts.Yes,the Sphinx without a Secret simply reveals that we are talking about HER on this specific Day,Her Day,but we must not forget that the “Sphinx” is reported to have had many riddles and was moulded out of many many mysteries.Her veil might be invisible but it’s always down,”SHE” still remains an enigmatic figure …

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      • I understood what you were saying, but why shouldn’t women keep their secrets? A little mystery goes a long way! Thank you as always for your thought provoking posts! Trying to catch up today with blog posts and comments.

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        • I don’t think that they intentionally keep any secrets,they simply wait for others to discover the multi-sided folds of her character,of her soul,which are generously endowed by nature… Always great the pleasure I get from your response to such complex issues,and I do treasure and respect all your aspects.Btw,I do the same today,but it seems endless …

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  4. I hope all is still well with you dear Doda… it has been a while since I last left a message.. Hope you are off travelling some where and all is ok..
    you are within my thoughts..
    Sue ❤

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    • When I visited your place today,I had not seen your third comment here.If you read my comment there,you’ll see why my long absence.Yes,travelling and long Easter holidays.Our Greek Orthodox Easter was late this year and it also coincided with the May Day.Yes,it was on the 1st of May.We celebrated it by the beach and with plenty of spring blossoms.Can’t thank you enough for everything.You are and you’ll always be in my thoughts for plenty of reasons!So much love & kind thoughts to you 🙂 ~~ ♥ xxx

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      • Hi Doda.. so pleased to connect again dear friend.. My computer has been in for repairs.. A new hard drive was installed.. not without its losses, but again the Universe is teaching the lesson of Letting Go.. wishing you well my dear friend.. I hope all is well with you.. Sending you tons of Healing vibes.. Love Sue xxx

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        • How nice to hear from you again dear Sue,but your computer news is a bit disappointing as we realise that they might be useful tools of communication in our hands but not always reliable.Sad you have some losses and quite frustrating.Any new posts?I have to pay a visit and see how things are in your “cosmos”.I have gradually started replying to the comments I got here and visiting some of my favourite blogs.Still swimming in deep waters and unable to post anything new in case I make the situation worse 😦 All is fine with me,thank you,dear friend.Love & hugs to you as always 🙂 ❤ xxx

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          • Bless you dear Doda, and I am continually sending my energy vibes across the ocean.. And I thank you for your wonderful responses.. You are LOVED.. take care of YOU.. so long as you pop up now and again, I know all is well with you.. Sending you Big Hugs.. Sue ❤ xxx

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  5. such an artsy post – and I have a different vibe from each section of it – it flows like a story – and even tho I am late – nice way to celebrate this holiday – peace out

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    • Never too late to celebrate and praise Her,we could do that every single day lol (being a woman I say so …).
      And never too late to respond to your lovely comment,dear Yvette.You said you would come back in April and you did that very dynamically!I have seen some good stuff coming to my email inbox,and it’s time to pay you a visit 🙂 CU there under your Nature pics & stories 🙂 xxx

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      • well thanks for following along – and as I always say… come around when it is right – and our share time will be even better – xoxo
        and I still appreciate the support during my Feb a to z – whew – a few of you all stuck with me and made it so much fun – so thanks again – anyhow – I am still on a pause but had to jump online for a few things and had to come by and say HI
        ttys – xoxo

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        • Oh,Yvette my friend,you are always so consistent and kind!Thank you so much you appreciate the contact we have,I want you to know that it is mutual.I really enjoyed the overall look of your last post in May.It gave me the chance to enjoy your recent work which I had missed.And those “Linda Roses” were so beautiful!Linda,our mutual blogging friend is such a sweet and kind lady.However,I was a bit upset when I read about the loss of your “furry kid” … Since you have another one,from what I read,things will be better emotionally wise … Pets are our family and when they “leave” us,it’s very stressful.Looking forward to your new work.Have a splendid day 🙂

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          • Thanks dear Doda!!
            And cheers to Linda (and u! – and I should have some flowers to those that joined me on my A to Z – so hmmmm – thinking -)
            And thanks for the condolences – we are all adjusting and the first wave of it all was most intense because it was rather unexpected (if that makes sense) and we have not had tons of animals come and go like some folks – and while it is never easy – I think folks who have tons of Pets have more experience and all that! The good news is that I feel so much more equipped to counsel others about grief – I think I always did ago (back in 2001 I had a job where “grief workshops” we’re one of my duties – and they trained us and we had excellent books from “hazelden” materials but this very personal experiences has seasoned me so much – and side note – I learned also about processing and how when we work thru things we end up more “well” and so I thank my sweet woofy friend for that too!
            Have a great day and thx again – 💕

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            • Hi there again,dear Yvette!It seems you are another gem like Linda and so generous with your brilliant roses and your nice words.I read with great interest all about the “grief workshops” you attended and I can really understand your role after the training.I strongly believe that being in grief after a loss is a natural process and our brain starts producing some certain substances which prepare us to accept the fact gradually.
              We have to let it go but we feel uncomfortable when it’s inhibited by different factors.Of course I am not talking about excessive situations where people need help by specialists.Obviously,the experience you gained during the training made you look at life from another perspective and then you would help others to go smoothly through it.So many thanks for telling me about the “grief workshops” and your personal experience there.Take care,my good friend.Have a wonderful Friday and a splendid weekend 🙂 ❤

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              • Well just a side note – there were about ten workshops and in hindsight I liked the job so much more! Actually I thought I rushed into taking it and then —- you know —-how later we see it was juts what we needed??!
                Anyhow – of the ten plus workshops – one of my favs was this one on enticing life – and the little tidbits wee very fun! Like sometimes making up a holiday to share with family or a small group of friend -and knowing when to abandon certain traditions that weigh down – but I digress – ahhh
                Have a great weekend 😌🌸🌸🌸🌸

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                • Such a cheerful and optimist side note.I am with you,my friend,presumably the hindsight was the one you needed then,but the one on “enticing life” is life itself in all its dimensions and especially the ability to find happiness in everyday ordinary things and wee happy moments.I so much enjoyed the interaction we had.And a bit digression can be very constructive oftentimes.Happy weekend ✿ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃ღ❣

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  6. The artwork is very beautiful

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    • So many thanks for your nice words,dear friend!Nice to see you back and enjoy your melodies again 🙂

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  7. Your beautiful poetic words and evocative photographs are a fitting tribute to women, dear Doda. Cheers 🙂 Irina

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    • Many thanks Irina Dear for your nice words and for looking at my concept through your poetic and artistic side.I was thinking of you the other day as I was reading an article about the National Reconciliation Week in Down Under … Are you going to walk on the Bridge … ? Please read my comment under your wonderful “Haiga” with the fresh autumnal morning smiles.Cheers 🙂 ❤ xxx

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      • My pleasure, dear Doda. I’ve just responded to your question about the Walk on the Bridge without having seen this question here. Now that is quite spooky… some kind of telepathy… It’s winter here since June 1 and it is quite cold and rainy. Hugs ❤ 🙂 xxx

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        • Or,great minds think alike lol … It’s summer in here(actually the Meteorogical summer as the Astronomical summer starts in June 21st and the same happens with all seasons everywhere,I am sure you know that….

          ( https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/news/meteorological-versus-astronomical-summer%E2%80%94what%E2%80%99s-difference) …..

          Btw,I do believe in telepathy and I am serious about that.We are not going to analyse it in here,now,but we all know how our thoughts and our sentiments are carried in the universe like waves.Hidden Powers like your little shining sun in the cosmos of your garden and your emotive verses.Enjoy the blessings of the rain and have a splendid weekend.Summer hugs and smiles back to you 🙂 ❤ xxx

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          • Yes, I remember the seasons in the Northern Hemisphere. Thanks for the link. So, the astronomical seasons are based on the position of the Earth in relation to the sun, whereas the meteorological seasons are based on the annual temperature cycle. I finally know why the seasons in Australia start on the first day of the month… Your Summer hugs will keep me warm like warm sunshine , which I haven’t seen for days. I’m sending you just Hugs, not the cold and rain. 🙂 ❤ xxxx

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            • To be honest,I didn’t know that,I had to find out as people usually share photos and posts on the 1st day of the first month of each season.Wise our ancestors … “I Know That I Know Nothing … ” Socrates.Sending you more sunshine and summer hugs for your rainy and cold days 🙂 ❤

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              • Oh I love Socrates! His wisdom makes me feel better about my lack of knowledge. Thank you for sunshine and summer hugs…it’s still raining here. ❤ 🙂

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                • Aw,your own quote is wiser than his … and makes me feel better too 🙂 High temps without humidity here,it’s quite pleasant 🙂 .♥♥ ※

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  8. I like the title of this post, and everything in it.

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    • Thank you Maria!It was just a different approach to Her and her enigmatic figure through bright brushstrokes.Your “Spill Your Perfume … ” verses were so touching and a great tribute to Him …

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  9. I hope all is well with you dear Doda.. just dropping in to see how you are doing my lovely friend..
    Special thoughts sent your way.. Love Sue ❤

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    • Thank you for your care sweet friend Sue and my sister in spirit 🙂 All was fine and still is fine except for the intermittent or rather permanent c …. up syndrome.
      Special thoughts,respect and much love to you 🙂 PS: I’ve so much missed your spiritual posts and your work in your allotments.You might see me creeping into your gardends late at night,but your “Light ” will help me see and admire your staggering achievements there …. 🙂 ❤ ~~ ♥

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      • Hope to be posting a garden post soon dear Doda.. when I load up my photo’s 🙂 xxx Special hugs dear sister xxx Keep your chin up dear friend.. ❤ Sending xxx ❤

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  10. loved the illusionary figures painting, I like the message too.

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    • Oh,Charlotte my friend,how glad I am to hear your own interpretation.And,so many thanks for all your kind visits when I was away.I’ll reply all your comments and then I will come by to see how things are with your studies and your performances.My dream is to enjoy your performing live 🙂

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  11. What a wonderful Women’s Day post, dear Doda! Colorful like women are – and come in all shapes and sizes. But always more peace seeking than men, in my humble experience. I like the Socrates perspective a bit more, but then I’m a woman 😀

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    • Aw,Tiny,sweet friend Tiny,how brilliantly you stated your aspects and you added your own colours to my post for Her.I am so very sorry for my late reply,it did take ages to reply,but being almost away from WP for so long,I didn’t want to respond until I was ready to pay a visit to your wonderful blog.At least,Bumble’s confessions keep good company to me and my “sweet pea” … Many thanks dear friend : CU soon at Mama Sandy’s place and under her nest in the Salt Marsh 🙂 Happy Sunday ❤ xxx

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  12. Dear Doda, I so enjoyed your celebration of women, and art, and life. An enchanting post. And I found the Illusionary Figures painting so intriguing, and lovely. I send you my best wishes. Xx

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    • I am so glad you beheld the illusionary figures and gave your own interpretentions,dear Jet!Wonderful the bright colours of the brushstrokes,colours borrowed from nature and from fabulous coral reefs like the ones of your underwater paradise.The painters spread them in their own manner and create a stream of sentiments that connect them with their audience.So many thanks for calling in,dear friend and apologies for my late reply.Travelling and long Easter holidays completely disconnected me from my beloved WP friends 🙂 xxx

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  13. Beautiful tribute,dear Doda… I love the presentation…
    Plato was a misogynist… but I guess Socrates´position towards women was more positive…He had a huge devotion towards her teacher, Diotima…
    hugs and best wishes, my friend. Aquileana 🌹

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    • Good question and an unresolved enigma,at the same time,dear Aquileana.Difficult to thoroughly expand on the subject in this reply space.How contradictoty it is,when the same consistent philosopher can on the one hand assert that the female sex was created from the souls of the most wicked and irrational men,and on the other hand make a radical proposal for the equal education and social role of the two sexes and that women should be included among the exalted philosophical rulers of the ideal state …
      Many perceive Plato’s views about women as rather liberal and his ideas on equality lie solely in the nature of humans concerning the differences between the two sexes.
      As for the female philosopher,Diotima,she had a significant influence on Socrates.He acknowledged her wisdom and shared what she taught him about beauty and love.Thank you for your insightful remarks and for looking at the illusionary colours of the post 🙂 xxx

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  14. I love art and these are gorgeous! Thank You showing them!

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    • I am glad you liked them,dear Matti!Thank you for your approving comment 🙂

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  15. Doda, the painting and photos show the many colors and beauty that is a woman. I send you much love! ❤

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    • Defining physical differences between men and women is not discrimination,our social status should remain the same;I’m so glad you found the woman beauty in my allegorical paintings,dear Christy,next time I’ll juxtapose man’s as well… Much love back ❤ xxx

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  16. You said a lot about women on this post in such subtle ways. Perfect for this month. That Illusionary Image got me! I had to look twice to see the people.

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    • Thanks ever so much Rommel,dear friend and great traveller!It does take some time to “read” and interpret paintings.Whatever they said to you matters more than the artist’s concept.

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  17. Dear Doda, this is such a beautiful post. I love that painting and your different photos. And I love all of your thoughts. You have such a wonderful way of presenting and expressing your thoughts. Have a wonderful day, my friend. Hugs❣🌷

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    • Thank you so much for appreciating my different look at Her,dear Linda!Ofttimes it is not easy to share your inner thought and your attitudes in a more direct way and you wonder how your attempt will be interpreted.Btw,I was standing beneath the magnificent building you used to work in the past and now I’ll move up to marvel at your nature images … CU there!Happy weekend,dear friend 🙂 ❤ xxx

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  18. the painting is excellent 🙂

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  19. So elegant and poetic. Only you Doda can word it like this. Lovely, lovely post as always. Thank you dear friend, xoxoxo Johanna

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    • Can’t thank you enough for your praiseful and nice words dear Johanna 🙂 It took me ages to respond but it doesn’t mean that I have forgotten you and Charley.I have been almost away from WP for a long time and I try hard to re-connect with my beautiful friends again.Btw,I was stunned by some phenomenal NW photos,make sure I won’t miss them.Cheers ~ Happy weekend 🙂 xxx

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  20. What a lovely way to celebrate the Woman’s Day, dear Doda. I like the pictures and the poetry in your words. I hope you had a great time yesterday. 🙂

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    • Thanks ever so much for appreciating my allegorical paintings,dear Aditix;loved your purr-fect cat post,too,I dedicated the Memory song to you from my ❤ .Best wishes for your weekend 🙂 xxx

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  21. Beautiful rendition dear Doda.. So very poetic in its muse.. You give us thoughts to ponder as we appreciate our kind..

    The beautiful orchids.. and the creative spirit of the artists..
    I am ever grateful of my gender and I did not know it was International Women’s Day yesterday..
    A truly wonderful contribution Doda.. Love and Blessing my wonderful sister in Spirit 🙂

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    • Oh Woman,woman and my Sister in spirit,how can I thank you enough for your wonderful comment and your approach to my concept ? I have just come back from your exciting travel in Scotland and your hearwarming post.The echoes of your poetry are still fresh in my soul.I am not feeling lighthearted right now as the “syndrome struck again and my effort is strenuous to reconnect with all my lovely WP friends.So many thanks for calling in again and again and for your care.Blessings on your day sweet friend 🙂 ❤ xxx

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      • Doda…… ❤ ❤ <3…. Mega Hugs.. and think positive.. I so understand that effort.. So….. save your energy now.. Enjoy your weekend.. I am now going out in the Sun and shutting off for the day xxx 🙂

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        • Enjoy your sunny day sweet friend Sue,and gather lots of sun rays!I was about to send you plenty of spring sunshine,but it seems you don’t need it today.So many thanks for your understanding.Mega hugs & kind thoughts 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤ xxx

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  22. Doda…. I have but one word to describe your post. Beautiful xxxxxx

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    • Shey … I have but one word … You are beautiful my lovely Scottish Lady,you are just Beautiful and so many thanks for your short but so pithy comment 🙂 ❤ xxx

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  23. Deep, poetic. This was a pleasure to read. Loved the images too. Be well my friend.

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    • So many thanks for taking the time to read it and for enjoying the images,dear Adrew.I am so sorry I haven’t visited you for such a long time.Travelling and long Easter holidays kept me away from WP.However,I have slowly started taking my first steps.Btw,check out your Twitter account,you have a new follower there and some Likes.Best, Doda 🙂

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    • So many thanks dear Adrew for your praiseful comment.It took me ages to leave a thank you reply,but I never forget you and your remarkable work.I am so glad we met on Twitter too.I was just reading your emotive poem ” How Things Are Meant To Be ” 🙂 CU there.

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  24. so poetic and profound. Your light shines Doda! What a beautiful tribute!

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    • Astute your perceptions Cybele dear,and me,still standing in your sister’s hall and looking out of her picture window … That’s where I was left before my very long absence.You have been always in my thoughts,but when I don’t have the time to respond,I usually leave the comments I get unanswered.Tomorrow,I’ll decently come by your place and start enjoying the posts I’ve missed 🙂
      PS : Btw,I got a comment on my Bobby post,the other day,and I saw that your beautiful photo with Nikos in the bub is missing,it says it isn’t available anymore.I’d love to have it back,it added character to my post and joy to my heart …. 🙂 xxx

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      • oh Doda, good to hear from you at last!! I hope all is well. Do you have an email you would share? If you don’t it’s ok. I will try to get you back that pic too!! So pleased you are back!!!

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        • Thank you Cybele dear!I got it,I have left a comment there,but I cannot share it as I am not a photobucket memember and I don’t keep a FB account.I can view it and enjoy your sweet smiling faces any time there:) xxx

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  25. Eloquent and lovely Doda. All the best to you my friend. xx

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    • The history behind this Day is long and well-known,Her multiple roles, Her contribution to socioeconomics and political achievements are widely recognised although the gender gap is still open … .
      I wanted something different today,dear Su,something bright and colourful.Thank you for appreciating my efforts to look at Her in a different way.Best wishes to you,dear friend 🙂 xxx

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      • Yes, so true. Perhaps one day equality will be achieved and we will no longer need one specific day to recognise and celebrate women. xx

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        • Statistics have estimated that the gap wouldn’t close entirely until 2133.It might be earlier,if we take action to accelerate it instead of celebrating the Day. xxx

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          • Every time I think I’m seeing progress in one area, something happens to make me wonder in another. Domestic and sexual violence are areas where NZ has a terrible record, and there is a real culture of victim-blaming. I listen to some of the young men I know and realise they aren’t making the connection between violence “out there” and real women they know — like their sisters and mothers. Sigh. xx

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            • I know,and from what I read progress has slowed in many places across the world,but I’m shocked to hear that domestic and sexual violence are so highly in NZ.I’d expect that some organisations could really help.It’s really sad that young men look at the hideous incidents only on the surface and are unable to make deeper connections,it shows apathy and lack of concern.In the Greek language we have a poignant and strong word to describe their attitude,which is sort of counterculture:Ωχαδερφισμός = ochaderfismos=zamanfou,the well-known French cliche (je m’en fous) … xxx

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  26. A lovely paean to womankind on this day, dear Doda. H ❤

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    • Wonder if any other woman,today,looked at Her the way I did.Limitless Her potential,I know,I am not in favour of essentialism,but I wanted to paint the Day with colours,to interpret some brushstrokes as manifested in paintings for Her … Thank you,dear Hariod 🙂 .*¨`•

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  27. Very beautiful, Doda dear! I love your eloquent words and photos. Both say wonderfully about her charms and grace. The painting is a perfect choice for “…,Her Light,the Blossoms of her Secret Garden”! Happy March 8th. Thank you for sharing! 🙂 ❤ xxx

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    • We have much to celebrate today,dear Amy,the status of women is advanced and recognised worldwide,the history behind this Day long and glorious,but my temperament determined a different approach to Her Day and the beauty of Her soul,which shapes up societies and peacefully struggles for peace and any kind of equality.I marked the Day with colours and allegorical paintings and photos,and I am so glad I shared them with you and found response.Thank you so much for appreciating and interpreting it with your own insightful way,dear Amy 🙂 ❤ xxx

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      • Thank you for explaining to me! This made you post even more special. Your approach is deeper that most of us don’t recognized it. It really has been a long struggle for the peace and equality. Sadly to say, many are still struggling painfully. But, you are able to express eloquently. Thank you so much for your beautiful thought, dear friend. 🙂 ❤ xxx

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        • I have to thank you,dear Amy,for seeing the beauty of the Blossoms in Her secret garden and Her Light,and for pointing them out!They are Her peaceful weapons,Her tools to give Her strength to carry on even painfully oftentimes as you mentioned.
          PS : So many thanks also for your lovely F … comments and your pink ★s … ♥ 🙂 xxx

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