Thursday, September 29, 2011

Dawn of a New Day

     The process of change is never easy. Everyday life can present challenges which will test our inner heroic nature. When we are confronted by a situation, which hinders our higher expectations of ourself and other; can we find the wisdom within to gently weed out those things which no longer work for us, and the way we want to live? Through this confrontation with ourselves and other, can we make it a teachable moment. Can we be both the teacher and the student? Can we change our course with integrity, humility and courage? Can we accept the challenge of our Dharma to become and do and be what it is we came onto this Earth plane to be.
     The dogmatic need to hold on to our viewpoint is essentially fear of loss. Ask yourself, what is it you are afraid to lose?  The cautionary tale here, is to not blindly follow the dogma of parents, government, or religious figures. Figure out what is right for you, with a wider inclusive viewpoint to educate your stance.
     The process of change is to have an honest one on one conversation with yourself.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

"Nature Girl"
My latest acrylic painting, 24" x 36"

Monday, September 19, 2011

email drama

For those of you whom follow my blog and on my personal email list. I am so sorry!! I got hacked by some unscrupulous @$#%*!!  and you got some junk mail. Some really icky email.
Please put a block on my old email address and anything that came through that looked like it is from me and change your email password. I don't think it was a virus - although it feels like it.
I have closed that account and have a new email address.
Hopefully, this is cured, and once again I am sorry for the inconvenience.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Political drama:  RE: Obama's JOBS speech
“As we all know from painful experience, no matter what the president attempts to do, the Republicans in Congress will gleefully do everything to obstruct it, essentially keeping millions out of work to put one man out of a job.”