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A golden thread (detail of Moirae). John Melhuish Strudwick. 1885. Tate Museum, London. George MacDonald. The princess and Curdie following a thread into the goblin underworld. From the 1920 edition of The Princess and the Goblin, illustrated by Jessie Willcox Smith. The princess and the goblin illustrations.  London : Blackie & Son, Limited, [1900] Women weaving in Italy. c. 20th Century. Photographer unknown. Gandhi spinning. Location unknown. Late 1920's.
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A LIVING TAPESTRY

 

 

Imagine a tapestry.

It contains thousands, perhaps millions, of individual threads. When the threads are woven together, something larger forms and an overall design emerges.

Now imagine that tapestry woven out of living threads, each thread having the ability to change color and shape. And as each thread changes, the tapestry responds and transforms as well, allowing a different design to be revealed.

Your life is just like a single thread in a living tapestry.

 

 

Princess Irene follows a thread

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