What We Look for We See


I enjoy an unusual collection. I collect pictures I have taken of circles in squares.
The symbol of the circle in a square has ancient origins dating back about two thousand years. The symbolism is special to me. If you’re curious about the symbolism, e-mail me.


Once I began seeking instances of the circle in the square, I seem to see them everywhere.
I see them on building facades, in art work, on the corners of door sills and bookcases, in carpets and ceiling tiles.
It’s amazing to me how often I see them.


What we seek, we find.
Do you focus on the aspects of your work that you love, or do you look for those  about which you can complain? What you look for you see.



Where do you focus?
You determine how much you dig your work by where you focus.


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