The Invisible Man

This sculpture stands at the foot of West 151 Street, on Riverside Drive.


A physical depiction of Ralph Ellison’s unnamed narrator in his novel The Invisible Man, it reminds me how easy it is to fade into feelings of insignificance and powerlessness, and how important it is to always, all ways, stand in our own power.


To me, the sculpture represents a champion of expanding Consciousness and significance.

8 thoughts on “The Invisible Man

      1. I do feel alone but your kindness does help. I have a really bad feeling about what’s ahead after this bombing in Syria.

      2. My daughter said the same, Jackie. “I’m scared, mommy.” Nonetheless, we must persist, persevere, and continue to make our voices heard. I don’t agree with “fighting fire with fire.” I don’t agree with responding to violence with violence. Yet as humans who have forgotten our Divine roots, we seem to revert to, as Einstein said, attempting to solve a problem from the same level of thinking that created it. Let’s be alert to guidance on how to rise above the fear, Jackie. I’m certain we’re not alone! 😉 xoxoM

      3. You daughter is so blessed to have you to be there for her, to be able to guide her tangibly to peace, wisdom and reason in these times that make so little sense. That quote by Einstein is right on….insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results! Ugh! Even when we are at our most alone, we truly are not. It’s just hard to get through the “noise” to realize that at times for me. Peace and light to you M!

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