I’ve been absent from here for a while. Life busy.
But here’s a glimpse of a couple of things…
A few weeks ago, I put out to the universe – I want my mojo back!!! and I was rewarded with the impetus to create this collage/box – “Disco”
The inside of the box:
And here’s where I work, when I get the chance:
And, I’ve been practicing enjoying my kids more….
I’ll have some more thoughts to share soon….the ever elusive “soon”…..
‘If you’re really listening, if you’re awake to the poignant beauty of
the world, your heart breaks regularly. In fact, your heart is made to
break; its purpose is to burst open again and again so that it can hold
—Andrew Harvey, *The Return of the Mother*
Through all the hours of watching Japan’s tragedy unfold, I have found it so essential to stay close to the realization that only the most important things are truly important. Love, family, friends, honesty, clean water, air, land and food. Everything else tends to be an abstraction. I hope this finds you, the reader, closer to your own deep realizations, with the courage to stay true to them. I hope this for all of humanity.
Inspirations that come from anywhere that cause us to listen with our hearts… unlocking them in the process.
Yes! Magazine’s Winter 2011 edition has wonderful articles based around “What Happy Families Know“. I encourage anyone who hasn’t read Yes! Magazine in a while, or ever, to pick up a copy – or a subscription – or go to the library on a quarterly basis, to soak up it’s positivity and wisdom. I have never been disappointed with the content. As a matter of fact you’ll probably hear me talk about it quite a bit as time goes on.
My favorite story, “You Are Who You Eat With” by Katherine Gustafson has this quote: “When food advocate and chef Tom French asked a student how she felt after his organization, the Experience Food Project, began replacing the bland, processed food in her school cafeteria with fresh, healthy school lunches, he received an unexpected answer. “She gave it some serious thought,” he told me over the phone. “Then she said, ‘you know, I feel respected.’”