“Grow through what you go through.” ~ Unknown Life of late has been an odd mix of free-floating spaciness and heavy weights... "Grow through what you go through." April was such a bizarre month. It was both incredibly draggy and long and blink and you miss it fast. I swear March was only just ending… Continue reading Monday Mantra 267 – Grow through what you go through
“Art is freedom from the heaviness of the world.” ~ LaWhimsy The world can be a heavy place but with art you can find and cultivate freedom from it... "Art is freedom from the heaviness of the world." The world can be so heavy at times and life can feel more like a burden than… Continue reading Monday Mantra 266 – Art is freedom from the heaviness of the world
Thole means to endure. Thole is a Middle English word used before the 12th century (oftentimes as tholian). Thole also has a second definition which is used as a synonym for a peg or pin or can refer to the set of pins placed in the gunwale of a boat to keep an oar in… Continue reading Word Nerd: Thole
“Ah, kindness. What a simple way to tell another struggling soul that there is love to be found in this world.” ~ Alison Malee There is but one true answer to so many things and that answer is kindness... "Ah, kindness. What a simple way to tell another struggling soul that there is love to… Continue reading Monday Mantra 265 – Ah, kindness. What a simple way to tell another struggling soul that there is love to be found in this world.
“To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” ~ Audrey Hepburn Connect to the earth and you connect to yourself... "To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow." Here in the Northern Hemisphere, it is spring and it's a season of new growth, of planting seeds that will sprout and germinate and blossom… Continue reading Monday Mantra 264 – To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow
Mysa means to engage in an activity that is comfortable and pleasurable, especially at home, being content and cozy. Mysa is a Swedish word and concept, like hygge or fika, that has no direct English word equivalent. Mysa is truly the most perfect word for this Covid world-turned-upside-down that we are all currently residing in.… Continue reading Word Nerd: Mysa