On days like today

Barely enough time to come up for air after last nights viewing of “Life in a Day” on Youtube, to the running street battles in the streets of Egypt, there is little space to say much of anything.  How can a person digest all that is happening as the world changes very quickly?

The revolution is happening without Twitter, Facebook, text messages or cell phones.   Instead it is happening with printed material, conversations, and actual interaction.   Perhaps it’s the spinal telephone that is linking the various protesters across the different cities that are being impacted.  Who knows?

Short writing today, with the distraction of Al Jazeera blaring beside me, images flickering across the screen of something that historic and monumental in nature.  For further pages from the Protesters handbook, check out the enclosed link.  Promise you’ll enjoy the clarity with which all of this is happening.



About Sarah Seager

I am an artist that works and lives in the wilds of Los Angeles.
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