Monday, December 29, 2008

Smaller Than a Grain of Sand

I have seen this posted on several websites, but haven't posted it until now.
This is quite an amazing feat - carvings smaller than a grain of sand. What a gift and yet what a lot of pain this man is feeling. I have mixed emotions - empathy for him and his pain and suffering he expresses and yet I am confused. He sold his collection for $20 million and uses the time on international T.V. to complain about his teachers. I am perplexed. Nonetheless, gifted, strange and interesting all rolled into one. Enjoy.

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