Hi, loves. Here is a little visual poem I created for you. Enjoy. Shine on. Stock photography is from Unsplash.com: Abigail Keenan on Unsplash (landscape) David Guenther on Unsplash (flowers) Álvaro CvG on Unsplash (married) Joshua Newton on Unsplash (tent) Deborah Diem on Unsplash (coffee) Zwaddi on Unsplash (light)
Hi, friends. I’ve got to get serious for a second. JK. I’m always serious. But seriously. I need to know if your story is like mine. People who write for creative expression: do you also write to make a living? Is writing a big bulk of your job? It is for me. I write resumes.… Continue reading Writers with Writing Jobs
When the sun bears its bright light and all of earth seems to sing. I bask inside the colors and let life rise in me.
from Wikipedia: “Active procrastination is positively related to flow. By actively delaying work, the person increases the challenge. Then once the challenge is matched with the person’s high skill levels, the person can experience flow. Those who passively procrastinate or do not procrastinate do not have these same experiences. It is only with the purposeful… Continue reading Eustress: A fire starter.
One of my literary and spiritual heroes, Robert Stikmanz, recorded this lovely, haunting song of a poem I wrote that he transliterated into his invented language, Dvarsh. The poem, “Rush,” or “G’Teoksh.” is featured in the guidebook we co-authored, The Way It Grows: An Introduction to Dvarsh. Copies are still available through Confabule.com and Amazon.… Continue reading Ever hear a song in an Invented Language that you LIKED?