This is a women I watch on youtube. She's great. And really, sometimes, the beginning of rest starts with resting the mind, and finding where you feel comfortable. - Colin Jon david Stewart
I was thinking about the way that patterns form Windblown, with just a touch of magic And how dreams bump into each other Meld into each other Change each other I think it’s called the collective unconscious But does it matter? Patterns Walking about, making meaning, destroying the past while building it into our future I wonder about the patterns of letters How A always follows before B And about numbers The patterns of one-thousand The patterns of one-million The patterns of five Four Three Two One Go Go somewhere And rest a little while You’re a pattern of yourself And sometimes, we need to give up our duplicating to let go - Colin Jon d. What's your pattern? What's your pattern for rest? How does rest fall into your pattern? Also! Happy February!
Introducing a new writer joining our community - Colin Stewart! He is known as "chocolatebarsforthoughts." Please welcome him! ~Terri, aka CloakedMonk Sometimes our lives turn into a whirlwind of things we want to do. Or, on the opposite side of that, things we have no interest in doing. The balance we must find between self-care, motivation, reliability, and responsibility isn’t simple. It’s tricky and complicated and I haven’t found it yet. Maybe I will someday. Maybe I won’t. Have you? I often find that a day of rest isn’t always what you expect. Rest doesn’t mean to sleep, or to do nothing. My two favourite definitions of rest are relief or freedom, especially from anything that wearies, troubles, or disturbs; and mental or spiritual calm: tranquility. Rest is tranquility. School