I know what you’re thinking. I could go ahead and preach about love and relationships and happiness, etc…
But I won’t. I just want to share a story. Every time I read it, my perspective is refreshed and my direction is challenged.
Here it is: The story of the Fisherman and the Investment Banker.
In connection to my previous post about new year’s resolutions, I want to share mine:
I’m going to live out loud.
Have you ever come home from a vacation still feeling tired, as if you needed to take a vacation from your vacation? Or how about the feeling that its sunday night and you still don’t feel rested… like you’re not yet ready for the week. Maybe you don’t know how to rest. True rest, doesn’t just happen. It needs to be intentional.
I just watched The Incredibles. It’s really one of my favorite movies. Every time I watch it. I can relate to it in so many ways.
It reminded me of a quote by Marianne Williamson:
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.’
A creative rut. Everyone’s been in them. Some people think they’ve been living in one their whole lives. Here are steps to move you out of your rut and into the creative flow that you were made for.
Everyone’s made to be creative. Everyone needs to find their flow.
As an intro to my next post on creativity, I’d like to share 2 videos I’ve made recently. One was for a friend’s wedding, and the other for another friend’s art exhibit.