“Why weep, woodcutter?” Earth asked him. “I see no hurt.” “Oh, Lady,” said the woodcutter, “my hurt is overwhelming because it is someone else’s pain that makes me cry.”
ICYMI! Little Red Riding Hood, The Woodcutter, Grandma, and The Big Bad Wolf: Their Ongoing True Story by Ed Higgins https://fudokimagazine.com/little-red-riding-hood-the-woodcutter-grandma-and-the-big-bad-wolf-their-ongoing-true-story …pic.twitter.com/LJwytCxtii
I’m excited to share that Cahaba Cuts was recently featured in an article for
@alnewscenter! This was a really cool experience as both an artist and Alabamian. Check it out here!https://www.alabamanewscenter.com/2021/09/21/alabama-woodcutters-art-caught-nfl-star-derrick-henrys-eye-on-twitter/ …
And finally, there are portraits of the artists and even the woodcutter. Though relegated to the back of the book as busts, they are shown consulting specimens, like those once pressed between the leaves of the book. Their results were idealized but absolutely identifiable! 4/4 pic.twitter.com/vtGtQteKSu
The Woodcutter and the Trees “When the axe came into the forest, the trees said, “the handle is one of us.”” - Turkish proverb
"Honesty proves to be not only the best policy but also the best way to defeat the King of Darkness."
Zelda's Study: Link the Honest Woodcutter (A Link to the Past)