Broken Home (What's Left on the Curb)


2019, 6.5 x 4.5 in. (16.5 x 11.4 cm), collage on paper

"isolation is subconsciously healing

Now we are here, in the quasi windowless doorless rooms with little to really distract us, not even the latest social media challenge. We are face to face with ourselves, our community, our world and as scary as it may be, it is actually peaceful. The majority of us are home and taking care when we have to travel about for essentials. Aspects of the environment are changing. Resting, or the space to strategize, is the main to-do in our daily lives.

As we emerge from shelter-in-place and cope with the losses of a system that was never meant to succeed for the whole, we have time to deal with what needs to heal, adjust, purge. We can act on what works best for ourselves as individuals in order for what is best for all to progress.

Send, in the form of your beliefs, thoughts of love to those in isolation were healing may be more difficult.

healing subconsciously is isolation"

N. Masani Landfair,