“It will eventually come. When it comes it will be perfect. In the meantime, I’m happy. I don’t need to make anything happen. Everything is right on schedule. I’m exactly in the right place… Everything I’ve lived has contributed to that. Source knows exactly what I want. It’s right on schedule and there’s nothing for … Continue reading Wednesday’s Wisdoms #15: Faith Requires Patience!
Introduction The aim of this paper is to demonstrate the idea that CRT isn’t a static definition; rather it must be an ever evolving practice of awareness of self and others, with the goal of building a community of learners. In reading through Stevenson’s article: Social Emotional Learning and Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Teaching Practices … Continue reading Teaching Tuesdays: CRT: Culturally Responsive Teaching
“When you learn how much you’re worth, you’ll stop giving people discounts.” By unknown I recently got some unexpected and welcome advice from a LinkedIn connection. We were both discussing an article on how to price art and how some arts are valued. We both came to the conclusion, her faster than I, that value … Continue reading Tuesday’s Triumphs #15: That’s my final price
“The fear is simply because you are not living with life, you are living in your mind.” By Sadguru Let’s try and look at this with other words… Fear can be expressed as worry, insecurity, and anxiety. All fear lives in the future, in the ‘what ifs’ of tomorrow. The m ind is where thoughts … Continue reading Monday’s Meanings #15: Feel the fear and do it anyway
“The attitude that you have as a parent is what your kids will learn from, more than what you tell them. They don’t remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are.” By Jim Henson I think this scares me more than any other quote I’ve read so far. Mostly because I’m … Continue reading Sunday’s Speculations #15: Don’t give me that attitude, I already have it.
“Be the silent watcher of your thoughts and behaviour. You are beneath the thinker. You are the stillness beneath the mental noise. You are the love and joy beneath the pain.” By Eckhart Tolle If you are uncomfortable with the use of the word or visual images that come to your mind with the use … Continue reading Saturday’s Surprises #14: You, You, You!!!
“When I run after what I think I want, my days are a furnace of stress and anxiety: if I sit in my own place of patience, what I need flows to me, and without pain. From this I understand that what I want also wants me, is looking for me and attracting me. There … Continue reading Friday’s Frequencies #14: All this running around is killing me!
I had a few other titles in mind for this one, such as: "Damn it, I forgot the earring" or "Oh, right! Humans don't have ears! I almost gave my secret away. LOL" If you haven't figured my absurdist humour out yet, I imagined the artist Vermeer was an Alien and his actual studio was … Continue reading The Alien Vermeer Doing a Study For The Girl…
“Whenever you are about to find fault with someone, ask yourself the following question: what fault of mine most nearly resembles the one I am about to criticize?” By Marcus Aurelius Please be gentle and forgiving of yourself when using this one. The point isn’t to find fault in yourself and use it to put … Continue reading Thursday’s Thoughts #14: Is it them or is it me?
Now, I know I've seen this devil cyclops somewhere before, so I have to give credit where it's due, even if I'm not sure who did it originally. My initial inspiration for this was seeing some Halloween decorations around my neighbourhood. Quite a few people have shrunken heads hanging around. I imagined someone who has … Continue reading Some People Have The Strangest Sense Of Decor