Tag Archives: imagination

Some Background

Some Background In my last post, I introduced you to my inner child, Beth. Now, I’d like to back up and explain how that scenario became possible. While being a stay-at-home mother, I did a great deal of reading, much … Continue reading

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Creativity Challenge Day 13

Creativity Challenge 13 The Challenge here is to use your creative talent to bring light into the current distress in the world around you, in whatever form that talent takes. Please remember that we are reaching out to a world … Continue reading

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Journey Stone #80

Journey Stone #80 Imagination Without boundaries. Limited only by individual choices and willingness to explore possibilities. May also be curtailed by personal acceptance and trust. Ability to see beyond curve of current horizons. Can be both negative and positive, will … Continue reading

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The Slavering Monster’s Story

His name is Joseph and it is Hebrew and means “The Lord increases.” I went back and sat quietly for a while. Was pretty sure he’d come back (chocolate is an almost fool proof guarantee of return). He told me … Continue reading

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Creativity Closet: The Why of It

  Why create a Creativity Closet? Especially if one doesn’t believe that one is particularly creative? Imagination exists for lots of reasons, but it is the key element in growth and the forward movement known as progress. If we can … Continue reading

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Inspirational Source

  When I first stumbled into the concept of a Creativity Closet, I had no real idea of what I might be getting myself into. As I said, in my last post, it was a spontaneous image and I could … Continue reading

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The Wild Child

In response to Claudette’s weekly writing challenge #12: Inspire http://claudetteellinger.wordpress.com/ About fifteen years ago, when my middle daughter was still in high school and working part-time in the evenings, she came home from work exhausted, one night, and was complaining … Continue reading

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Holes in The Soul

  She pictures the broken glass pictures the steam pictures a soul with no leak at the seam                                        __Peter Gabriel                                             Mercy Street Several months ago, I told my counselor about a dream I’d had many years ago, in … Continue reading

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A Tiger Named Pain

Writer’s Island Prompt #10  “MOST AMAZING EXPERIENCE” Pain is the shell that encloses your understanding.    __Kahlil Gibran Thirty-plus years ago, I gave birth to my fourth and last child. She was beautiful and healthy, but I seemed to be in almost … Continue reading

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Map of Awareness

  In a recent blog, I used the phrase map of awareness, and its been circling around inside my head ever since. I’m not aware of having ever used the phrase before, so it intrigues me that it sort of … Continue reading

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