Rick Hotton and Holy Mole´make us laugh and learn “what is essential is invisible to the eye”

“And now here is my secret, a very simple secret; it is only with the heart that one can see rightly, what is essential is invisible to the eye.”
—Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Copyright © 2011 Rick Hotton. All Rights Reserved.

Look familiar? Is this how you see reality—only what’s in front of you on your computer screen? Technology may be an extension of our senses to more effectively interact with the world, but it can also be what cuts us off from it. Sometimes we need a little humor to break this mistake of the intellect and make us see the light of day!

Rick Hotton, creator of the award-winning cartoon Holy Mole´opens our hearts and minds with insightful humor. His characters make us laugh and realize there’s more to life than meets the eye.

To find out how Holy Molé was born and to uncover the path of creator Rick Hotton, a dedicated martial artist turned math teacher and now cartoonist, read Behind Holy Molé’s Rick Hotton by Danielle Hope Hier.

The January 2011 issue of Edge Magazine has a feature on Rick Hotton and the Mindful Art of Holy Molé.

If you like Rick’s sense of humor, visit his website and sign up to have a free weekly cartoon delivered to your Inbox.

http://www.holymolecartoon.com

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One Response to “Rick Hotton and Holy Mole´make us laugh and learn “what is essential is invisible to the eye””

  1. Two innovative creative videos remind us how social media can destroy not build relationships | The Uncarved Blog Says:

    […] This cartoon by Rick Hutton and Holy Mole´makes the same point. […]

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