“No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn.”
– Hal Borland
One of my professors at art school came over to inspect a painting I was working on. He studied it for a few moments (nerve-racking) and asked me how I had arrived at a certain colour combination in one area. I had no idea – and after a few fumbling mumbles, I said so. He told me that was called a “happy accident” – a place where things converge to be RIGHT. Enjoy the moment when it comes.
Dreams, lyrics, letters, a chapter or a verse…don’t keep your words caged.
Let them fly – they will find a place to rest.
Sometimes, we spend too much of our day looking into or out of a window.
Your best encounter – inspiration – view may just be waiting right outside that piece of glass.
“Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths,
ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.”
maybe you should return the call.
There is always something in nature waiting to inspire – even if it’s just a breath of fresh air.
Actually stepping into a new thing or a deeper place is not nearly as daunting as the thought of doing it.
Consider this a nudge in the right direction.