Stories And Views Through Deb's Lightpatch Lens

by Deb Thompson

"They" say:
The camera never lies.
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Truth is stranger than fiction.

But in the open territory that is creativity,
in the places where it counts, "they" don't count.
You and I do.

You and I know that the camera never captures the whole picture, and that one tale never tells the complete story.
And truth is not just a list of facts, but is a tiny light in the blackest of realms, leading to a place of more light.
So we pause, you and I, and we look through a glass, darkly, and we see things not as they are, but as they could be.

Change sometimes comes to us when we least expect it.
It's not a coincidence that you have come here today.
And so we begin.


The Stories:

Duty Bound
Twenty Hours In Ojai
How To Trade With An Indian
About Hundred-Dollar Bills

Axtonen's Arena

(more to come)

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