I’m on my way to Dallas for a quick family get together. The Monk and my Mom will be there, all of us blessing my cousins’ new digs and life path.
For the trip I picked up a book from the library titled Sweeping Changes by Gary Thorp, Discovering the Joy of Zen in Everyday Tasks. It fit perfectly in my bag and with my thinking this morning as I started to plan what I will do when I get back home.
Always thinking, always planning. It is my nature, it is what makes being still so challenging. The monkey brain never seems to tire of it’s endless doingness.
There is this from the book…
“There is always something to remind you of what still needs to be done. There is no way to arrive at “finished.” There is no road leading to “perfect.” There is just some wandering atom of life, some single bit of dust, that calls you to attention and keeps bringing you back to your life.”
The image is a digital collage made on my trusty pad. Its always so fun playing with my little brushes app.
wonderful thoughts, beautiful art. i so love coming here. travel safe, my friend.
I agree with Angella. Your posts are very gentle and your photos or art work are so beautiful.
I consider myself blessed to have you here! Love, yo
Thank you! I feel the same way about “visiting”you. Always so much love just oozing out of you. It’s very nourishing and I thank you. I’m having problems trying to comment though and I’m not sure why. My pad is cranky sometimes? Those sculptures are exquisite!
And Belated Birthday Blessings to your beautiful Mom!
Yolie, what happens when you try to leave a comment? maybe i can fix it?
yay! success. what was happening…trying to post under my wordpress account kept giving me a yellow triangle symbol and when i tried name and url it kept giving me the letters and numbers to verify, one set after another… this time it went right through. seems pretty hit or miss. thank you for trying to help, that worked! love, yo
It’s such a gift to come here and find that you are sharing yourself with us again. Travel safe, oh the look of all that colour and greenery and life. Beautiful and you too.
Thank you Dierdre, your visit is my gift, for which I am always grateful.