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Be Prepared

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Some visual meditations from the Metropolitan Museum in New York recently caught my eye. One of them “Be Prepared,” by Constance McPhee is based on a drawing of the Wise and Foolish Virgins by William Blake and seems made for Advent. You may want to take a look.

So many visual presentations in the media today give a few seconds at most to something before they’re off to the next image. No time to linger over something. Guess that’s part of our hurry through life today.

Anyway, I like this: