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SPRING - SUMMER 2014
CHILDREN OF THE STARS

Children of the stars,

We are.

Cruise the sun, travel the stars, bathe the moon,

We do.

Live the day, and pray the night; happiness and tears

We feel.

Forget not how lucky we are,

Children of the stars.

 

During a spiritual activity in Bali, Indonesia, Sretsis glimpsed into the interconnectivity between the universe and every living organism drifting in and out, standing grounded and floating around.  Pondering that one true universal message, natural power, origins of the stars shining from above and constant energy transmissions that bind us together, Sretsis dreams up “Children of the Stars” to gently remind those in doubt, fear and melancholy that each and single one us is a beloved child of the universe no matter how disconnected we sometimes feel in this hectic world.

AUTUMN - WINTER 2014
THE CURIOUS CLUB OF GENTLEWOMEN

Imagine if you will.  A high ceiling room with bookshelves from wall to wall, hand peeled yet polished mahogany furniture, leather tufted chairs—desperately looking for their matching ottomans that are strewn across the hall—and Oriental paraphernalia perching on accent tables typified a classic English Gentlemen’s Club.  Cloaked in cigar smoke and controlled chatters, the majestic room would be pale by comparison to its inhabitants: the selected members.  

 

Imagine if you will.  This typical headquarter of a traditional; exclusive English clubhouse would open its doors, after an ardent selection process, to male members only. These upper class men shared the same interests, lineage, prestige, aristocratic status or even occupations.  The handsome common room would be consumed by political, social and cultural discussions, whispers of hearsays, scientific and philosophical persuasions, endless pet peeves, carefree sport talks, connection and friendship forging or plain old weather related conversations from a group of sharply dressed men in foulard jackets, bespoke tailored suits, combed back hairs, trimmed mustaches and shiny footwear.  To these members, the clubhouse was their second home.