Saturday, June 29, 2013

How to overcome the writer’s block

digital painting The portrait of my street - Tomas Karkalas, Klaipeda, Lithuania


How to overcome the writer’s block puzzles many. So I dared to share my experience with you. When the world’s events look unpredictable and force us to dive into the guessing for the future I did not give in but look for my dictionary. I start writing in a foreign language.
The difference between the phrases ‘I did not’ and ‘I do not’, for example, becomes just the healing experience then. Becomes something I am able to discover and claim for sure. The lack of self-confidence vanish from sight, the credibility gab disappears from view. My Lithuanian-English dictionary thus puts me into the gratitude. I know nothing more fruitful than the hearty Thank you.

Friday, June 28, 2013

random thought

Hi, Tomas!

The sharing of the pictures we came head-to-head on the Internet reveals as our mastery to hear the other so the willingness to listen to other and does that better than talking about our own artworks. The last frequently promotes only our signatures.

consciousness of cookery




Some slices of bread with the layers of something in between make a sandwich. As it tastes good so we do not bother for cookery. Many became sick as a result.

I respect a slice of bread and love eat the meat so the sandwich should be the delicious but has happened a burden to my digestive system. As the bread so the meat was good nourishment out of themselves, but they were the incompatible. When taken together they created hard to digest so the unhealthy food. Consequently my digestive system refused her consent to my likes...I am sick now. Does that mean my body is more conscious than I? 

I have looked at the dictionary for the help. Where was I wrong? Sandwich ... n sumuštinis.


Thursday, June 27, 2013

the secret of the obedience

The task to write something using a word luminous was my first step towards the Enlightenment. I pushed back the newspapers that were full of negative information and spotted out the children on the outside. The joyful hubbub immediately filled my room. The change was stunning. I stood in awe of the playground. The sun was shining and it illuminated my copybook, lighted up my eyes. That was more profitably than any other reasoning. The luminosity depended on my obedience to the task. The practice for five minutes using luminous have helped me caught a dream.

Monday, June 24, 2013

freedom is the experiential feature

 By writing in English, I am  improving my  Lithuanian by  visualizing the emotions that inhabit my room.  The metaphors awake and create my new dictionary. I live each word and chat up the punctuation marks.


digital painting Rules Of  Conduct by Tomas Karkalas

 Rules of the grammar.

My Lithuanian-English dictionary presents a word ‚practice‘ as a noun and gives seven meanings of the word. The list of definitions ends with a note that the practice in American English should be written as a „practise“ and understood as a verb. The Noun versus Verb.
The verb cannot exist without a noun as noun without a verb should look meaningless too.  Likewise I would be helpless without a dictionary. So the real freedom is the experiential feature.

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Heart versus Mind




The “Heart” versus “Mind”.  The questions challenge the world since its dawn, yet I enjoy the smell of the flowers. Where is a key to the radiating peace you sense in the photo? What is that? Name it aloud please. Wake up your Spirit.