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  • Yesterday in our weekly Philosophy Group we talked about Happiness and how being grateful helps us contruct our own happiness.

    Before leaving my gallery, where we hold these groups and meetings, my employee handed me a letter that had arrived. Yes: a real old - fashioned snailmail - letter! Nicely drawn along all sides with black ink, carefully handwritten my name and address and the senderĀ“s name and address. The letter was sent from Australia by a man with the impressive name of JACKSON CASAGRANDE.

    Opening the envelope I discovered an equally carefully written letter, with drawings around, folded in a special way. Curious, who this parson might be, I read:

    Kiki, although we have never met (but someday I hope we do!) I wanted to write to you to express my thanks and admiration.

    What you have created in San Cristobal is your greatest work. Not only the effect on artists, but also the everyday man and woman.

    Thankyou for indirectly providing much needed support at the time for my self - expression.

    I just had my first exhibition and it was such a fantastic experience.

    Well I have read this wonderful letter many times now and JacksonĀ“s gratitude fills me with such - and I guess we are two connected happy people at this point!

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