Of life’s two chief prizes, beauty and truth, I found the first in a loving heart and the second in a laborer’s hand. ~Khalil Gibran My friend, Shelley Himmelstein is having an open studio this weekend Saturday, April 23 2016 from 2pm–6pm. The studio is at 488 Morgan Avenue Brooklyn, NY (L train to GrahamContinue reading “Open Studio – Saturday, April 23”
Something for our times.
Just in case you forgot…
Swami Kripalu said, “To perform every action artfully is yoga.” I stumbled across this video a few weeks ago which exemplifies doing every action artfully. Every movement seemingly made with love and beauty. I was mesmerized by the beauty in the video. Sure…the end result is something gorgeous, but it’s the steps moving towards theContinue reading “Perform Every Action Artfully”
I’m always interested in the etymology of names and often wonder if the name informs the personality and who the person becomes or if there’s something more cosmic woo-woo where the name was predestined for the person. In any event, my name comes from Dionysus; god of fertility and wine. I love me some wineContinue reading “Advice From Dionysus”
“We all dread the helplessness of losing control, and yet real freedom lies in recognizing the futility of demanding that life be within our control. Instead, we must learn the willingness to feel—to say yes to—the experience of helplessness itself. This is one of the hidden gifts of serious illness or loss. It pushes usContinue reading “Control”