Wednesday, October 5, 2011
"Deception has many qualities, and among them, elaborate tales certainly is a hallmark feature. So, too, is a sense of being asleep to the truth of a situation, whether you just don’t know any better, or you deliberately ignore everything occurring around you."
I wrote those words a little over a year ago as part of an article for a webzine I have a regular column at. Although the article is as much about art as it is about relationships, when I stumbled upon it again this afternoon, I felt it would of interest to readers here.
* Image of Arthur Davies, “Sleep Lies Perfect in Them,” 1908.