Tag Archives: freedom
I have a million ideas in my head. When I concentrate on a particular one, it flows out from my mind like a flag, waving and inviting me to create something out of it. Which made me think of the … Continue reading
. If we are chained to something, we are not free. Where do those chains come from? And where can we find the key to open them? If you have chained yourself down with a lot of musts and shoulds, … Continue reading
. I quoted Sally Kempton a few weeks ago. Now I find myself doing it again. Her book is not one I can read voraciously, like an engrossing novel. Meditating For the Love of It has too many deeply nourishing passages that require … Continue reading
. Enjoying Your Own Deepest Experience is much more than a subtitle: it’s a life strategy. It comes from a book by Sally Kempton, called Meditating For the Love of It: Enjoying Your Own Deepest Experience. There is much to … Continue reading
I was so excited when Margi came through the door — it signaled that her doll making class was finally starting. She arrived in her usual style, with bright scarves blazing, and arm in arm with the equally amazing Janet … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about the differences between collage and painting. When I use paint, and only paint, there is great excitement involved in anticipating the outcome. Risks are high. Once I have painted over something, what lies beneath is gone. … Continue reading
Leftover paint (from collage and green paint change everything) and old magazine pages are a formula for freedom.