From Seed of Life to a blown Flower of life.
From small parts without apparent meaning or purpose to a Mosaic of Life.
From apparent chaos to a Cosmo. From anxiety and uncertainty to meaning and ease.
From anxiety and uncertainty to meaning and ease.
From obsessive self-judgement and self-destructive thinking to count the blessings in the ordinary everyday life.
From rigidity, hopelessness and helplessness to, even if still timid, rekindled faith in life and in the possibility to change.
“Life is not really a series of unanchored, chaotic events. Rather, it is like a mosaic; it has a pattern. Each experience has some part in creating the whole. We can see harmony in the big picture.” (Lovingkindness – Sharon Salzberg)
“Ten thousand flowers in spring, the moon in autumn,
A cool breeze in summer, snow in winter –
if your mind is not clouded by unnecessary things,
this is the best season of your life.” (Chinese poem quoted in Lovingkindness by Sharon Salzberg).
“the purpose of the artist is to create a cosmo in the chaos of this world” (“Walking on water of Madeleine L’Engle quoted in “A selfish plan to change the world” – Justin Dillon)