Carol Anne Bundy
Biography of Carol Anne Bundy
Carol Anne Bundy is a writer and artist who explores the relationships between artistic expression, philosophy and reflective spirituality.
She has developed ideas about the theory of Contemplative Art which she practices through her poems, books and paintings.
She was Dr. Jonas Salk's writing collaborator from 1990 until his death in 1995, thinking and writing with him on the evolution of consciousness and the human future.
In addition to her writing and painting, she also lectures on altruism, ethics and social responsibility through her position as the Jonas Salk Chair for Health and Human Values at the Human Futures Foundation.
Carol Anne Bundy Poems
The Meaning Of Life (Co-Written With Dr....
The meaning of life is felt in relationship Relationship with others and with one's own self From what it is as child to who it becomes as adult, Parent, grandparent, and ultimately,
Sages of the ages, can you believe That the world is still not free? Of anger, hatred and contempt, that killing fosters glee? Can you believe what we've become, how it must aggrieve.
When Love Breaks Down
The real sadness when love breaks down Is not that it is broken But that those who loved so deeply Must smash the beautiful memories
It was the sort of nod that said I hadn't heard a word, yet the young man kept talking, talking, relentlessly on, telling me of his great plans for the future, the people he'd met.
Sages of the ages, can you believe
That the world is still not free?
Of anger, hatred and contempt, that killing fosters glee?
Can you believe what we've become, how it must aggrieve.
New dawn you spoke, forever on eve,
Truth a collective decree,
But cowards in apathy, hailing catastrophe
World gone mad, wailing shrieks, agony and disbelief.