A frozen person cannot recognize love.
I, a messenger from the North Pole, can tell you that.
Ice cannot register this softness.
Something must melt.
|Painting by Fuyuko Matsui|
I sit and notice the ice melting where once there was dark.
|Euterpe's Gift (Jaclyn Alderete)|
I tell you that we are thousands of wave-motions that converge to form what is now being called a "body." Water is the medium of our deliverance.
The core of human life is the inner sea that shapes us.
|A Painting by Fuyuko Matsui|
No one really knows the immensity of the fluid that pulsates within. What we can do is fully enter...the beckoning pool...and become the fluid, utterly and completely.
|Sunyata (Jaclyn Alderete)|
(Quotes from Emilie Conrad's Life on Land.)
There is a kind of dancer who can convert the body into a luminous fluidity, surrendering it to the inspiration of the soul.
|A fragment of a Fuyuko Matsui painting|