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Splashes of Indian Ink

 

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30 days September

I enjoyed the lovely weather on my balcony while I was having a delicious cup of coffee and tasteful cake. Glad I had skipped a big harbor event. A soft breeze and the sound of whistling leaves eased my mind. I felt happy. Good. Nurtured. A string of thought flashed through my mind. Could I […]

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CURIOUS MESSAGE

NEW YORK NEW YORK Start spreading the news, I am leaving today. I want to be a part of it, New York, New York. These vagabond shoes, are longing to stray Right through the very heart of it, New York, New York. I want to wake up, In that city that doesn’t sleep. And find […]

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DIVE IN FULLY TO STRETCH YOUR COMFORT ZONE

In my post ‘30 Days Approach‘, I announced I’m going to work with monthly goals. In August I worked with the theme ‘Get out of your comfort zone’. I chose this because I’ve hold myself back many times, causing good opportunities passing me by. I told myself I wasn’t ready while, actually, it was fear […]

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Dream

  I made this oil painting when I was changing gears in life. I felt I had missed the boat on things that were important to me. As I was in the process of making up the state of my life, totally not happy about it, and choosing a new direction, I needed to feel […]

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30 days August

  Pre-view of August. I’m prolonging my  30 days of focused attention to a subject. In August, I’ll work with the theme  ‘Get out of my comfort zone’.  I’m guilty of waiting for the right moment and letting great opportunities pass me by. In August and September, I’m stretching myself with a summer design challenge, […]

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2x 30 days: I LOVE MYSELF

Inspired by Kamal Ravikant’s book ‘Love yourself like life depends on it’, I’ve been practising the mantra ‘I love myself’ since June. The author repeated the mantra throughout the day whereas I incorporated the mantra into my daily yoga and meditation practice.  Afterwards, I would make some intuitive drawings, doodles or sketches. Things that were […]

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Onward

When I was young, I had always assumed I would be happily married to my soul mate, and, one day, I would my own family at my current age (early forties).  Unfortunately, life didn’t meet my expectations, making me feel very unhappy, rejected and not worthy for a long time. Especially when I hit forty, […]

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