Use The Force

What incredibly creative friends I have.   I sent out these:

clouds float in my teathe plain little black book

And then later, unexpectedly the very same are returned to me transformed:

creative words zingbeauty of her dreambeauty of his dream

It is strange to be here.  The mystery never leaves you alone…Human presence is a creative and turbulent sacrament, a visible sign of invisible grace.  Nowhere else is there such intimate and frightening access to the mysterium.  Friendship is the sweet grace that liberates us to approach, recognize and inhabit this adventure…Friendship is a creative and subversive force.  It claims that intimacy is the secret law of life and universe.  The human journey is a continuous act of transfiguration.

-John O’Donohue, Anam Cara


“The creative is the place where no one else has ever been. You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. What you’ll discover will be wonderful. What you’ll discover is yourself.” — Alan Alda

The force is strong around me.  It is my prayer that the creative and subversive force of friendship may be with you as well.

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To K&K and MT,

Joy joy joy at such pieces of your hearts returning tangibly to my world.


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2 thoughts on “Use The Force

  1. Hi dear M! Isn’t it wonderful to be so creative and have such creative friends!? I’ve tweeted your post and shared it on facebook! Duh, why did I never thought of it before, to share you’re stuff? I’m finally getting a bit more creative, I guess! LOL 🙂 P x

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