Happy New Year!

Welcome to 2010!  We’re at the beginning of a 3 year universally, a time when it’s important to daylight truth.  Universally we can present reality creatively, not just as a mere dry collection of honest facts but exposing real issues couched with context, texture and complexity.

January is a time to acknowledge and find original solutions to persistent problems, applying the elbow grease of inspiration to intractable situations.

This month and October may be the one of the best periods to get such focused work completed as a 3 year can sometimes lead to procrastination.

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