Can You See What I See? By Mimi Caban Ross

Insightful… take a look at my dear friend, Mimi’s new blog….

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Can You See What I See? By Mimi Caban Ross #MikeRossArt “The Multitudes”

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In the past 24 hours I have seen several references to seeing. One was a post by Vinepress published by teacher, minister and public speaker John Scotland that said: There are three classes of people: Those that see. Those that see when they are shown. Those that do not see. Attributed to Leonardo Da Vinci. (Although I haven’t actually read the source material.) The second sighting was on page 23 of Flow magazine where there was an illustration of a woman holding her hands in front of her face as though she was framing a shot for filming.

And then this morning in my study time, I was lead to look for a book with the word Spirit in the title. The first book I found in my house with that in the title was Cry…

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Published by: Niss Bliss777

I am an enthusiastic daughter of God before anything! I serve as a literacy consultant, an Adult ESL teacher, a creative writing enthusiast, and a happy mommy ! Aside from being a better mom by challenging myself to take the time to work with her on kindergarten reading & math goals, including participating in some of her very imaginative play games, my goal has also been to write a couple blogs a week. I am trying to stay connected to the world in a spiritual, educational and hopefully inspirational way to bring joy to other blog readers! Not to mention a nice break up in the monotony of everyday mom life.

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