Finding Beauty in the Ordinary
 

#TBT ThrowBack Thursday  (This ArtWork and Words was created in July 2004.  The words written on the piece of ArtWork were ‘free formed’ (in the fact that as I thought the words, they were were written immediately on the artwork). Below are the words written on this work:)

What really matters? What really counts? I believe it is how well we love. The precious balance of loving oneself and others. To stand up for one self and not to quake in the presence of others and their pressure or anger, because you know your stance is based on integrity, fairness and ‘truth.’  There is also another aspect of loving oneself that is centered around self…but the benefits are reaped by all…This love takes care of the self. Enough rest. Good energy building food. Great laughter. Balanced fun and work. By doing the above, one can give to others and make an impact, as they are aware of themselves.  It is the idea of looking after one’s own house, before you can help others.  I think it makes sense. Respect, acceptance, patience and love are the foundations of what really matters…for ourselves, others and the world we live in. So be it.

 


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12/07/2014 4:38pm

David! Thank you so much for your kind words. I am so happy to hear that it gave you what you needed to see (& hear) at the time. Your words mean a great deal to me. Light and Love, Barbara

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