A circle in a circle

While pondering things in a meandering fashion one day I realised that, to many people, the word all represents wholeness in some respects. A circle also represents wholeness. I was wondering what it would look like if a circle was placed inside a circle, being a wholeness inside of a wholeness. Is that possible? Does that make sense? I quite like this idea as there’s a simplicity about it.

drawing of a circle inside a circle

I quite like the drawing here, though it’s not particularly brilliant. I think I might like it because I enjoyed doing it. I wouldn’t mind doing a couple more to see what happens. This might well remain a sideline though as I can’t see how it fits into the main channel of my thought.

This circle was shown in the middle of a collection of bits and pieces hanging from clothes pegs, a growing sketchbook of sorts. The map in the bottom left is a rough illustration of the different scandinavians coming into old England and setting the process of English becoming English in to motion.

various takes on the word all hanging from pegs and roughly stuck to the wall

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  1. by One Of One

    On February 1, 2015 at 10:08 am

    nice, i am from India the land of Godman’s 🙂

    You know i got here as i was searching pic with same perception ..we are separate individual but part of that one Eternal Energy..this can be better concluded by Law of Conservation of energy.

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