Why is it that some of us have so much on their plates? Not in the sense of work or activities. No, I mean too much as in loss, pain and grief.
Last month I made the difficult decision to quit my job. Things became suddenly so clear that I could no longer stay. To take the decision itself wasn’t that hard as my whole being felt this isn’t right anymore. I feel grateful to be supported in this change by my positive rock-solid man. Three years ago I [...]
“The most important thing is to hold on, hold out, for your creative life, for your solitude, for your time to be and do, for your very life; hold on, for the promise from the wild nature is this: after winter, spring always comes.” ~ Clarissa Pinkola Estés Death comes quickly and unexpectedly, sometimes exasperating [...]
Why sending hearts to a grieving, distant friend isn’t stupid. Last December a friend of ours lost his wife to cancer. She was only 48 years old. Some years ago she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She recovered from this nasty disease, incredibly relieved and grateful she could finally close this black chapter in their [...]
On this November morning I’m sipping my coffee and write a little piece about you, the ever changing sky and the sun slipping through. I’m thinking of glorious cities where pumping energy can’t find its way out and pushes on silent corners. Trapped in the veins of human desire, men and women are rushing their [...]
you're wandering through forests and mountains like a restless soul without them life is ordinary --- you find meaning in being into the wild withdrawing yourself from the pale world only then life is running through your veins like an overflowing river only there you see clarity in all things around you --- by immersing [...]