Embrace Change

“All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy, for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter into another.” — Anatole France, late 19th early 20th Century French Author

A Renaissance Woman

Very early in our lives, something inside informs us as to who we are. If we are lucky, we listen to that small voice and embark on our “soul” purpose. The seeker must seek. A Renaissance Woman is drawn to many interests, and through that search will find those things that serve her. If she follows that path, it leads to her destiny – perhaps not the one she was told to expect, yet it will be the one that gives the joy of accomplishment, the everyday joy of living the life of a Renaissance woman. A Renaissance Woman is a woman…

Patti Williams
Author

Daydreaming is essential in the creative process and often it looks as if a daydreamer is lazy or not getting enough accomplished. This could be true, as procrastination is the flip side of the creative coin. Writing takes both active and passive time,

From The Center Of The Labyrinth – Blog

From the Center of the Labyrinth Following one’s intuitions and dreams means being open to implementing what shows up. About a decade ago, a property with some acreage became mine and the angels’ message was to build a labyrinth. A dream showed exactly where they envisioned the location. Building it was one of the first projects completed on the land. Surrounded by tall eucalyptus trees, it is one way of creating sacred space.