Time, energy, life, thoughts, inspiration. They all have their flow. Keep it uninterrupted.
Monday, November 3, 2014
Monday, October 13, 2014
Are you living your life to the fullest? And what this slogan actually mean? Did you ever had the feeling of the fullness of life? I remember one sunny summer day, when I was going somewhere with the train, looking outside the window, and right in that moment I experienced a pure bliss. So unforgettable, that I'm writing about it after few years passed away. And there was nothing extraordinary about that moment. I traveled by train a lot. I'm used to a sunny and warm summers. Just a day like every other day. But so remarkable.
There are meetings, movies or parties that make you wanna open your arms wide and grasp as much in this lifetime as possible. And yet, for most of our lifetimes, we focus on the things that are least important, we want too little from life, just to follow the path the others followed already. But you know what they say- love is for the lucky and the brave. Trust your luck, overcome your fear, want more from life- and you shall receive!
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Once I reach certain life speed, certain speed of crossing out points from To-Do list, it's hard for me to slow down, to relax and just be-to stop the efficiency machinery. Just stopping seems too violent, I have the constant urge of doing something useful. Hard life lesson- just being.
Saturday, October 4, 2014
When I was in the moment of my life when I had to choose my high school, at one point I said resolutely to my mum: "I'll go to the trade school and learn to be a dressmaker." The plan didn't work, I graduated high school and university. However when I look back now, have all my today's knowledge and experience, I'd choose the dressmaking classes. Don't get me wrong, uni times were fun, especially in the art department, but instead of all the knowledge, I'd prefer to have the skill.
It takes skillful hands to make a dress, cut and style your hair, cook great meal, repair your car or shoe. It takes a lot of trying and a lot of mistakes on the way to the mastery, using your head to look for solutions, for the best solutions.
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Everything is difficult until it becomes easy-we experienced it every day as babies, as children and then... then we started to doubt ourselves. Expectations rose and we lost carelessness. I believe it was Shakespeare who said "Expectations are the root of all evil" and he was so right! Up till now I thought it applies mainly to relationships but now I see expectations can seriously mess up with the whole life perception. They make us take the truly beautiful and valuable people and things for granted and cry and long for imprecise "more" and "better". They make us doubt ourselves in everything we do. How about instead of doubting ourselves we will support and encourage?