Being melancholy can lead to action, an escape from the inertia, to art, gardens, and movement and maybe, to see the world in all it’s beauty
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A weekly gathering space for widows To be & to grow, as we cook our way to inner peace. To become a widow is to set out onto a path unknown. We don’t choose to be widows,…
Blessing Of The Day To Us All
May you rise to the challenge Of making amends Even if that is a mere thought For now
The Magpie’s Call To The State Of Grace
The magpie called to me just now You can’t imagine the amount of time I spend in the past before I realise, and present myself, once again to the present. It doesn’t…
From The Heart Of A Pilgrim Soul
But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you, And loved the sorrows of your changing face
Hi friends, I went to The Gunnas Writers Master Class with Catherine Deveny yesterday – You can find out more info about Catherine here I had…
I’ve been in some of the dodgiest places that I wouldn’t even go to in Australia, but still, courage takes us to the edge of the unknown then drops us off safely back home wherever that is…
So off I go in a moment to do myself up a little (so I look the part, it is France after all)
It makes no sense to feel like this. Sensibilities, are they more than preconceived notions of what is right and wrong?
It is women mainly who think I am brave and I get that. I encourage everyone to live a little each day, go and do what is in your heart to do – you don’t need to be brave
Today’s offering, is a poem from my heart as it ran free, while I was down and out and in the middle of a high fever: The very best way to find inspiration!
It’s not the bottom of life itself, it was just the bottom line of a tribe that didn’t ‘get’ me.
Sometimes we are just pushed around, in and out, but in the end a cloth is made, it is the fabric of the life we have made. The dance of life, morphed into a tapestry of colour.
This is a post for those who have loved and lost – you may be absolutely ok 354 days of the year, I know I Am but on anniversaries, well you know, it’s ok to dwell a little