"How on earth did Alice go directly into the hole," I wonder as news of viruses and politics and gun violence prompt thoughts of becoming a modern day hermit. Our instincts to avoid dark holes might be appropriate in the physical world (I type this and then I recall my sister wanting to venture into a dark cave filled with the sound of trickling water when we were exploring a rural pathway in Italy a couple of years ago) and yet when it comes to our own human souls, Richo posits these dark holes might actually be the passageways to transformation and wholeness.
I'll be looking for opportunities to defy logic this week. And while that may result in a pile of paintings waiting to be smothered in black gesso, it might also land me in Wonderland. Want to come along?
3/2/2020 01:30:17 pm
I'm in, Jen! To wonderland we go!
3/2/2020 04:54:04 pm
Oh Dotty! Looking directly into the hole created where the trees once were...leaving room for radiant possibilities. Sending big hugs...and mourning those trees with you. xo
3/2/2020 11:47:32 pm
Oh how horrible! Why are they cutting down the trees! Here to cut down a tree we need special permission! So sad!
3/2/2020 01:53:31 pm
Beautiful blog Jen, I love what you do with the words of others and even more, the words that are yours.
3/2/2020 04:55:16 pm
Sweet Brian! You are making me teary. Thank you, beautiful human. Let's shine a light in dark alleys together. xo
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