A new beginning emanates such creative energy that I'm swept away
in a whirl of vitality
towards new horizons shining in the dusk of my day.
Not all confessions reveal wrongdoing.
For example, a confession of love is often considered
positive, both by the confessor and the recipient of the confession,
and is a common theme in literature.
To confess is to recognize, acknowledge and embrace a part
of who I am to myself and to others.
To forgive myself and to forgive others gives me freedom.
This street art I discovered says it all!
For me, the word crisis is when a situation is coming to a head
with tensions mounting.
This situation pushes us to make a decision.
It's a turning point where an explosion of energy allows us to decompress
and liberate ourselves.
A crisis is an opportunity of starting anew.
In this image,
the thistle head has exploded
liberating new possibilities of growth elsewhere.
is the plenitude I feel
through my ongoing life experiences.
They contain the past, the present and the continuation.
Maturity is the embracing of events or situations as they are.
It's about connecting with the essential,
gathering treasures and letting some things go
it's also in the hesitations I may have and finding flow.
These words were taken from a book called
"Consolations, The Solace, Nourishment
and Underlying Meaning of Everday Words"
by David Whyte.
I am part of a group with
Kim Manley Ort in the study of these words
and our personal interpretation of them.
The photographs we choose to go with our words
express visually what the word of the week means to each one of us.