Mimeograph machines were in use in my first teaching assignment, before traditional copiers made their way into school workrooms. We poured fluid in and lined the drum with purple sheets of ink, and then rolled the drum around and around with a hand crank to churn out however many copies we needed. By the time the school day was finished, I was covered in mimeo spots from the purple ink and a layer of chalk dust from the old chalk boards.
When you photograph people in color you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in B&W, you photograph their souls! ~Ted Grant
As a young mother, I worked hard to paint an impression on the hearts of my sons of morality. I discussed situations where moral issues were at question. I imagine...imagine is a strange word... I imagine that the Light of God painted more of an image on their heart than anything. I say imagine is a strange word for the image it contains within it. You are making an image in your mind when you imagine. And, where does the light come from that sparks the image? Imagination. What is imagination? It's the mimeograph fluid in the brain that sets the image in our mind. Where does imagination come from? It comes from the soul, for it is the soul that sparks of imagination, hence man can be said to have soul.
What is soul? It's like electricity - we don't really know what it is, but it's a force that can light a room. ~Ray Charles
This "force" came from the Source. God is the Eternal Source of life. So, if you are painting pictures... thank your Maker.