Friday, January 19, 2018

13th Amendment, American Reality, and What's Wrong is. . .

“[I urge you to] think about the historical system of slavery and… the institution of the prison together. And specifically I want us to think about the extent to which the vast global apparatus of imprisonment, and particularly corporate involvement in the business of punishment, that these developments are related to what I would call the sedimented history of slavery we are living out today. In other words, slavery has not yet been completely abolished.” ~ Angela Davis, Sept 19, 2003

Deep story

Something old, something new to share anew.

Old Nun

Secretive women, private in their nature, call men to them, who think beyond themselves into the light of who they are becoming. These women need that to grow the way plants need shadow as well as light. - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories

painting of a sad woman
"You need nothing to be happy, but you need something to be sad." 
- Mooji

"Life shrinks or expands in proportion with one's courage." 
- Anais Nin

the Art of Embrace by BK the Artist

Her Purpose in Being!

The determination of Kim Kardashian is an essential element within her. Her drive bolsters the confidence of millions of people, who understand a host of things a gossip won't grasp! - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 1/17/18 

a full story.

Full breasts hang heavy. It is good to know how they feel head to breasts, heart to heart, hand to breasts. From a son to a man the breasts should be sacred, as well as comforting. - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 9/2/17

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Teach in Life.

Who said those words? It is important to know. People's stories are important and to those needy the most, and those close to the person who reveals him or herself by word, and work; is a need to observe the trail that led to revelation!

For those curious: what led a person to discover within themselves this sense of self, and place in the worlds surrounding themselves:

"Only as high as I reach can I grow,
Only as far as I seek can I go,
Only as deep as I look can I see,
Only as much as I dream can I be!"

We may never know. What we will know is when we arrive at this state of being present within the great mysteries of this life! 

Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories
January 14, 2018

painting a picture. Ada Cottingham. 2017.

"... It is always the simple things that bring the greatest joys, the simplest pleasures and reveal, in the simplest of ways, how to live in wondrous ways! Ain't that something?" - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 1/14/18 

the Eyes have It!

Unspeakably beautiful in a quiet way.

Vic Marie by Roland Dawson in my estimation is a body of working knowledge about herself discovering the components that make unique her place in a world hostile to what is strongest within her. - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 

Visually shattering is her elegance, the beauty of this woman, and
the perfect form of her legs is arresting! - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories

Tuesday, January 16, 2018


naked Lady of the Night. Lower class women needed a way to supplement their incomes; upper class gentlemen had expendable income: simple economics tells us that a barter system is bound to appear. This is a subtle stab into the direction of women's necessity to survive using sex to trade, to sell to men. Does this make them whores or survivors? In another way men and women in this game are on a path discovering, as they go, how relationships change on any given day! Should the choice of definition lay solely upon men's decisions and women's bodies? - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 

Nude recline on a lazy day for Kat Green.
"For the moment reflection can be the decisive action needed for the rest of the day..."
- Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories