shifting focus changing the point of view letting the old year go

Posted: December 26, 2018 by Mo Crow in friends, It's Crow Time, The Gathering
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a sprig of Hydrangea in a tiny bud vase from Fire Bird Beads
with stones gathered by Bronwyn Berman in her travels this year
shifting focus changing the point of view letting the old year go
just finished reading Terry Tempest William’s “When Women Were Birds”
this line “I am a woman with wings dancing with other women with wings” from page 129 resonated deeply
we are singing love and hope and healing into our beautiful broken world
namaste

Comments
  1. Nancy says:

    Beautiful. Perhaps in the new year, I will have time to check into this book. I would like to fly!

  2. deemallon says:

    On your recommendation I picked up her ‘beauty in a broken world’. It’s in my pile for the new year. Peace to you, too!

  3. Liz A says:

    I have long pondered how each shell is the life’s work of its inhabitant … and here those same life works entombed in stone. Forever-ness.

  4. Martine says:

    I am a woman with wings dancing with other women with wings……..
    Yes thats you Mo, dancing on love filled air…………

  5. debgorr says:

    When Women Were Birds is one of my favorite books. I may have mentioned that before. 🙂 The sun will be up in a bit here…think I need to go out and dance a bit.

  6. Fiona says:

    I could stare at hydrangeas for ever – their colour, their petals, their stems…and yes TTW is amazing.

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