VOLUME II — ISSUE 3: Here and now

Que Sera Sera, whatever will be will be, the future's not ours to see. Que Sera Sera, what will be will be.

Livingston, Ms. Day had a point. The future is not ours to see. Yet, as life moves us quickly along, TIME SEEMS FLEETING, and we forget the important lesson of the man who knew too much. It becomes easier to remember what was, or to GAZE longingly into what will be, wondering, wanting, wishing. I would like to respectfully offer up an alternative. 

What will I be?

Stay here, in the present. BE MINDFUL. Look out your window and PEER not into the abyss of unanswered questions that is the future.

Will I be pretty, will I be rich?

Focus on something you find beautiful, awe-inspiring. I’d like to call this one HERE AND NOW. Perhaps something about yellow flowers and changing weather. Wet pavement and the pitter patter of footsteps in the rain. How about the blue haze of the post-time change sky? Nostalgia. There is beauty in staying here. Try being here.

Will we have rainbows, day after day?

Spring 2019 is dedicated to the painters, POETS, rebels, originals who can let what will be be.

Que Sera Sera






Dani Weintraub

Digital Photography


Sam Goodman: “Hey, Dani! Do you have anything you would like to say about the photo? A quote, perhaps?”

Dani Weintraub: “A freckly queen.”