Like drones rising up
We are eager to catch first light.
It’s Winter, so the catching
Is not too difficult;
Though it may be hard:
Stiff and inflexible like
The frozen melt on top
Of old snow.
We tramp through anyway.
The reward will be sunrise.
Committed: A Memoir Of The Artist’s Road is a recently published book by Patrick Ross. He was good enough to send me a copy for review, but I was not quick to read it. That was no fault of the book. It’s a very engaging book and frankly the depth […]
Sometimes creativity presses two unlikely bedfellows together. For example, would you expect to find serenity and passionate fire together? That’s essentially what happened in this video. Painting partner in art, Tracee Vetting Wolf, offered me two […]
Moving water has always fascinated me. Whether it’s in a stream, faucet, ocean, or full-flowing waterfall, I enjoy the sound and the mesmerizing motion of it. Does it inspire me? Yes. And I don’t think I’m alone. There must be millions of images of waterfall inspiration alone on […]
Participants in #Quest2015 wrote, painted, and played about our sacred joy. Though I could never cover all of the wonderful responses, here are a few:
This first video is one of several collaborations with
This poem is my response to a prompt by Seth Godin in the #Quest2015 series. He is the author of 18 books that have been bestsellers around the world and have been translated into more than 35 languages. He writes about the post-industrial revolution, […]
“If you knew that your life’s story will be written based upon your choices and actions in 2015, how will you live?”
Sunni Brown offered us this prompt in #Quest2015: How could you make moments of joy a sacred priority in 2015? What forms will such moments take? Doodle your way into these questions and share your doodles.
Here’s the next #quest2015 prompt:
Which emotions do you feel most guilty about having? Afraid that others might find out?
How could you spend this year trying to be open to the emotional window that allows you to be courageous?
It rarely feels good right before we do something courageous, but these […]