Un-Masking: The Truth
The loving eye can even coax pain, hurt, and violence toward transfiguration and renewal. The loving eye is bright because it is autonomous and free. It can look lovingly upon anything. The loving vision does not become entangled in the agenda of power, seduction, opposition, or complicity. Such vision is creative and subversive. It rises above the pathetic arithmetic of blame and judgement and engages experience at the level of its origin, structure, and destiny. The loving eye sees through and beyond images and effects the deepest change.”
—Anam Cara, by John O'Donohue
I am a songwriter and poet. I am working on a performance piece now, which combines music with spoken poetry along with images of my ceramic art. After a decade with a fairly severe and isolating disability, I have started to express my experiences through...
Ishana ’s Favorite Books
Anam Cara, The Grand Sophie, Voices of Our Ancestors, Endangered Minds, Compassionate Classroom, The Tao of Healing, and The Forgotten Arts & Crafts.