Art Enfolds Grief

Pear and Grapes on Cotton Towel Digital Art by J. Moore

Grief as a dead-end or as a guide forward

One of the things I learned early on as a photographer and as an artist, is the importance of applying the creative instinct when things in life go south and grief threatens to settle in. There is absolutely nothing wrong with grief — it is a fundamental ,part of human nature (and quite often observed in the animal world). It is a valuable response to loss, and…

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Journalist, former Capitol Hill staff (House and Senate), former Cabinet speechwriter, editor, photojournalist and bird photographer. Top Writer Quora 2016–2017

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Jim Moore

Jim Moore

Journalist, former Capitol Hill staff (House and Senate), former Cabinet speechwriter, editor, photojournalist and bird photographer. Top Writer Quora 2016–2017

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