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Working with Sanity

This one

holds

so many

moments 

of 

Acceptance.

 

A is for

Acceptance,

a new word

just added to the glossary

because

some considering

happened

while

dreaming.

gateway to the Forever Zone

They became like a Tree by the River of Sanity

I renamed this one, shortened the name to

Over Time

 

 

The garden

might teach acceptance.

And I did add a new symbol to my Spirit Cloth language, I call it LifeLine.

 

22 comments

  1. Laura

    Acceptance is a huge A.
    Two names can certainly be legitimate, and so can renaming something. I’m so with you on that. I remember how you used to name your photos, and we would only see them when we hovered over the images! (smiley face)
    This piece is intriguing. The small pieces, the colors, the stitching, the impending story…

  2. The garden sure does teach acceptance. This year seems calmer than previous years, maybe I’m learning something too… I love how the sanity seeps into the right half, waves of sanity. Such a fabulous collection of thread colors.

  3. Jude….this is SO just IT. the As Is thing of yesterday, actually,
    the string of yesterdays…
    it’s so It, what i am trying to hear and make order in my head
    of what i thought i was hearing in the Newsletter….
    EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeeeeeeee……it’s a BIG THOUGHT,
    a BIG PLACE to get to….and i really think not at all about getting
    OLDER, but rather….it takes a lot of living life in all it’s iterations
    that begin in Kindergarten…we go and we go and we go and really
    it’s glorious how we go and then if we are lucky enough to
    allow the awareness…we begin to see it, ourselves, See.
    How the Melon has TWO SIDES and both are just Grand, Right?
    i just LOVE all this….how it just all IS, As Is.
    how Cynthia says….gentle day. Gentle Day, jude…Gentle Day, me
    Gentle Day, All of Us.

  4. Kathleen

    Truly inspiring. Your work communicates beauty, peace, struggle, reaching, and hope to me. I could look at it all day and see more and more. Thank you for sharing.

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