The fourth Light of Advent It is the Light of humankind: The Light of hope, of thoughts and deeds, The Light of hand, heart and mind. Advertisements
Sorry, this one is a bit behind but important, nonetheless. The third Light of Advent, it is the light of beasts: The Light of faith that we may see in greatest and in least.
A wise, old owl sat in an oak The more he saw, the less he spoke The less he spoke, the more he heard Why can’t we be like that wise, old bird? Eurythmy Pattern : Wise, Old Owl
Have you ever thought about the variety of lines which we see and take on a daily basis. We drive to work in a car to arrive at a building with walls. We walk around the corner and down the hall to the bathroom with stalls and a toilet. Hmm… and what do these lines … More Straight Lines vs. Curved Lines : An Experience
I type this while listening to The Art of Happiness: A Handbook for Living, written by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler, MD. “We are made to seek happiness and it is clear that feelings of love, closeness and compassion bring happiness.” -Dalai Lama Exactly 24 hours before the result of the … More People Are Good
Tonight, I was an Star (or Angel) Guide for the young children at the Waldorf school. Dressed in all white and doning a golden wand, we sang songs and led the children down a pathway past Mother Goose nursery rhymes. Luminaries lit the path to impromptu stages where Hey Diddle Diddle, Jack Horner, Jack Be … More Druid Animal Oracle | Halloween Night | Earth Dragon
In these first few weeks, our art assignments have been basic studies of tone using graphite, charcoal and white pencil. For example, we were tasked with creating a circular gradient, beginning in the center with the darkest dark and fading to white along the edges. Then, we were tasked with creating the inverse of that, … More Inverse: A Study