“Enjoy the landscape, look at one another with wonder and start appreciating the magnitude which enables you to see that One is All and All is One, and that you may all come together. For in the knowing, there is no together; there is only the Oneness appearing diversified for the fun of the play…

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“The value of art is to stop your thought; thus, the great enjoyment is derived from being totally one with the creative act. What is important is to have art without the ‘-tist,’ or art with the patina of wonder. Art is living stopped for a moment of wonder.” Kenneth G. Mills   The art…

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Buzzing with anticipation, Heliconian Hall in Toronto was packed with prize finalists and their families and friends on the evening of May 5, 2018. Students gave exuberant performances of their poems and songs, and the Kenneth G. Mills Foundation presented the Kenneth G. Mills Poetry and Singer-Songwriter Prizes. High school, college, and university students had…

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“Hark, the herald angels sing! They announce the prophecy as planned, For if you know how to open a gift without breaking the ribbons of the band, You can look within the meaning and find the power and the light, And the Present becomes the Presence, and the angels sing in delight.” (Kenneth G. Mills)…

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At the Kenneth G. Mills Foundation’s 2017 Summer Festival of Light, Sound, and Peace: Celebrating Presence, Mallory Blair Randle, artist and ceramics teacher, presented slides of his vivid sketches done in Arizona and Ontario. As a remembrance of places and times that were dear to him – not just as a memory but “to point…

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