design food wine color pottery art spirit life love nature
That kind of manual work is always comforting, I find. The slow pace, the attention to the little details, all make it a mindful and calming activity (although sometimes it can be infuriating: my sewing machine just decided to go on strike, and nothing will persuade it not to chew on the thread but just stitch with it!)
Cara,You seem to have hands tied... Manual work and focus will keep you from looking at the operatori "messing around" Con calma! There will be cosmos - after chaos!!!! Bacione, Ingrid
I find that projects, any kind of projects, are just what is needed to keep one's mind occupied. A trip to Ikea and an assembly project was extremely therapeutic for me after we had a break-in last year. It is sometimes those quiet and reflective times ,that we often avoid, which in the end bring the most comfort, healing, and change to our hearts.Perhaps reading my latest post could also help ; )
Dear Diana, I hope that you find something that brings calmness to your life, amonst all the stress of your building work. Take time out for yourself, and away from it all if you can.go for a walk, hope you find peace soon!
I think your commenters (and you) have it exactly right. The ability to zone in on something ELSE right now is a gift. Good for you for knowing it and finding it and appreciating it.
Post a Comment