One Sister's Journey...
While driving onto Kent University's campus this past week we were greeted by one big brain. With my desire to know more, I looked it up. This brain is located on the Roadside America Website as a place to visit.
According to an online article, by Samantah Worgull, titled, "The Brain", states: "Meet me at the brain. A common landmark for students at Kent State, the 13-foot statue made of red sandstone sits outside of Merrill Hall. The statue was designed by Professor Emeritus of Art Brinsley Tyrrell and has been talked about since its placement in 2001. Admirers can follow the stem of the brain to a small plaza containing a smaller brain, a fountain and benches with sculpted books as the backrest. The statue and its surrounding parts are a symbol of knowledge, so take a walk by the brain; maybe you’ll learn something."
Did you find any of this interesting? I hope, I know I did. It's the little, or not so little in this case, things that can inspire and motivate us. This statue is a reminder to me, and you, to use your brain for all it's designed and empowered to do. We each have a choice, we can use this power for good or for not-so-good. I choose the positive and good.
“If you realized how powerful your thoughts are,
What positive thoughts are you thinking?
Lisa M Buske
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