From John O'Donohue's To Bless the Space Between Us and these are the last two stanzas of his poem
"A Morning Offering."
may my mind come alive today
to the invisible geography
that invites me to new frontiers
to break the dead shell of yesterdays
to risk being disturbed and changed
may I have the courage today
to live the life that I would love
to postpone my dream no longer
but do at last what I came here for
and waste my heart on fear no more.
the trees, the lake - blissful nature scenery - it brought tears to my eyes when we first arrived at camp - i crave the forest and the earthy grounded peace it brings
|magical forest art|
|my piece from Cal's unconventional embroidery class|