Tag: art

From Where I Stand

The art of gracious subjectivity. Rigid and inflexible thinking leads nowhere good.

50 Ways to leave your old life behind

There are some great suggestions here, and I have one more. If you need support, inspiration, encouragement, or to be part of a community that will help you stay motivated to increase your quality of life by investing in yourself, then look no further… Continue Reading “50 Ways to leave your old life behind”

Too much talk, not enough action

“…[A]ccording to some studies, people who talk about their intentions are less likely to follow through on those intentions.” ~Jeff Haden Earlier this year, I wrote about interviewing Amira Behbehani, a Kuwaiti artist passionate about her art and about peace. In that conversation, Amira… Continue Reading “Too much talk, not enough action”

An Interesting Stopping Place

A musician must make music, an artist must paint, a poet must write, if he is to be at peace with himself. What a man can be, he must be. ~Abraham Maslow Recently, I had the delightful opportunity and privilege to visit Amira Behbehani… Continue Reading “An Interesting Stopping Place”

All About Me – sort of

It took me a long time to learn that no one ~NO ONE~ was ever going to love me differently than I loved myself. ~Anonymous I just received an email from http://www.blessingmanifesting.com, aka Dominee. I first learned of her last year – I have… Continue Reading “All About Me – sort of”