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3/19/2005
Images are powerful
Dilley and Human iterations we talking about the banning of this ad in Europe, but I thought that it is interesting just as an image.
Not being a religious scholar, I couldn't remember clearly what the Da Vinci original looked like so I went seaching for it. Then I found Reflections, Reflections also talking about the ad and also showing the original from artchive.com

I'm facinated by the power of these two images for many people. What happens with us when we cannot transform images in our mind, when we suffer from the images becoming stuck, and on the contrary, what happens when we learn to become flexible with images in our mind. What power to overcome suffering!