As I lean more forward into this change, like the hard knob of a cane or the handle of a spade splitting the earth, all the breaths of [the] lives that surround [me] pressurize into a knot, confusing to take apart although the fine, multi-colored strands are apparent.
Archive for the ‘Suncatcher: The Journal Project’ Category
Recently I have made a new commitment to bring my writing to the forefront. The most practical aspect of that commitment is to write every day, from 9-10 AM, for the next month. In addition to generating new writing, I also realized that there is a lot of goodness squirreled away in my journals from the last 20 years. What I have spoken in my heart is not fully communicated because it has not been received by others. Furthermore, I sense that whatever is new that I long to bring forth simply won’t come unless I can remember/re-visit/re-learn that which has been. I am calling this part of the blog ‘suncatchers’ because they are pieces of crystal, imperfect and small, but capable of reflecting the larger light of the sun.