Deb Gorr’s talisman of love for our beautiful broken world

Posted: July 20, 2018 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time, The Gathering
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Deb Gorr‘s talisman of love for our beautiful broken world just winged it’s way across the Pacific
cloth & thread from Deb’s great grandmother & grandmother stitched together
with this noteDeb is mending our beautiful broken world with conscious intent, recycling old cloth, knitting her daily observations and treading lightly with a beautiful garden
you can read more about her work at Bee Creative
namaste
Deb’s talisman stitched into the dream

Comments
  1. Marti says:

    What holds so strongly in Deb’s heart warming talisman is generational love; how it holds within families and because it does, it transmits to others, to our communities, to our planet…from the courage and great heart of our immigrants, comes tradition and steadfastness and Deb’s talisman is so right for I Dream of a World Where Love is the Answer. I am especially moved by the story behind the talisman as both of my parents too came to this country via Ellis Island, learning English after they had been here for a while.

  2. Barry says:

    So full of history, connections and meaning. B

  3. debgorr says:

    Thank you so much for your words as well Mo…and again for what you are doing. You have a gift for building community. Much love…namaste

  4. Margaret Johnson says:

    Hi Mo, I too love Deb’s talisman. Such simplicity, such meaning. Hoping to fullfill my wish to sew your pennant…Love Marg…ox

  5. Nancy says:

    Deb~ What a wonderful story of a strong woman in your own family history. I am instantly reminded of the timeliness of your story as it connects directly to the present day. We are all the threads that hold love together. Thank you for your contribution to the well-being of our world. xo

    • debgorr says:

      Hi Nancy! Yes, it was something that clicked when I was thinking about our current situation and I was thinking about the immigrants in my family. None of this is new and that adds to the heart break of it all…. Much love to you!

  6. Patty says:

    The memories in that cloth inspire me to be that grandma for the young ones today.

  7. grace Maestas says:

    the simple stitch that holds the love….YES.

  8. Liz A says:

    How Deb’s talisman speaks for so many of us who have immigrant stories to tell …

  9. Hazel says:

    Isn’t it amazing how a few bits of cloth and thread can hold a world of stories and love?

  10. Fiona says:

    A talisman of stitches, fabric and love…precious.

  11. deemallon says:

    there is something so poetic about the one knot — and it doesn’t surprise me that it comes from Deb — someone so keyed into the relationship between her threads and the natural world

  12. debgorr says:

    Just wanted to thank everyone and say how much I appreciate these thoughts…

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