Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better
Mr Einstein was a man who knew a thing or two.
And the wonderful thing is, the wisdom that was available to him, is available to all of us, as evidenced by the above quote.
Not one among us is banished from the sunset. Even the prisoner can look up at a patch of sky, observe the colours melding, the orange into magenta, watch them swirl together, in awe.
It is this sense of awe that reminds us of the glory of the universe, the magnificence of the everyday, accessible to all.
Birdsong is all around us.
Often we don’t hear it, our inner ears are closed. Open them with awareness.
And the robin will sing across your soul.
And the blackbird will sing in the dead of your night.
In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.
The seasons tell us so much. That death is but an illusion. That under a barren landscape, life lies sleeping, waiting for the right moment to burst forth. The natural world, like a blank page, waiting to be written on,
As our blank pages and screens await our pens and our poised fingers, filled with unknown possibilities. Infinite. Limitless. There is no end to what we can create. Observe the abundance of nature.
Artists have always known this, instinctively. You know this too, in the depth of your soul.
For my part I know nothing with certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream
Vincent Van Gogh
It led him into starry night, into fields full of sunflowers.
Where might it lead you?
Into your field of dreams?
Into the field of your own possibilities?
Lush and verdant with grass, teeming with life and rich with creation.
It is all here.
Waiting for you …
Nothing is missing.