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Spread 147- Counting Losses October 7, 2011

Posted by Orly in Uncategorized.
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Breathing in and out losses is so much easier than celebrating or even just noticing finds. It comes easy, it takes no effort, and it takes a toll. Pile years upon years of that and you start believing that there are things lost, things that you really never had in the first place.

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1. Pnina - October 7, 2011

נחמד מאוד אפילו. מה שחשוב זה שהאבידה שלנו נמצאה!

2. Monica - October 7, 2011

Yes, it sometimes seems as if Life is a parade of Loss as one ages: loss of vision, loss of hearing, loss of memory and sometimes loss of hair! =-( It’s better to focus on the good things we DO have and not worry about those things we don’t have =-)

3. SIGrid - October 7, 2011

I love your art. Many times I’ve looked at your blog and will continue to visit him.
Very interesting I find your ROSES and your thoughts on this topic.
Last year I was busy with this topic: ROSE.
You see some of my roses, often collages, in my website.
This year I am working with: Feather and Stone.
Greetings from Sigrid

4. Christina Brittain - October 7, 2011

Soooooooo very true, sweet friend. Glad you are wise enough to see this, and beautiful enough to share this with us all. Thank you for the spirit reminder.

5. the GyPsY - October 8, 2011

Sometimes things are too painful to admit. And sometimes you lose so much that pain is meaningless. It is harder to notice and celebrate when things just look so gray and hopeless.
Love your art, Orly, and your words.

6. apaperbear - October 8, 2011

As we age the losses mount. It becomes unbearable and then numbing.

7. eb - October 10, 2011

everything
you touch and share
is ever so BEautiful
every time
each post…

I sigh each time
I visit…

xox – eb.

8. Handan - October 16, 2011

Ik hou van je Orly’tje!

9. Gil Avineri - October 26, 2011

your work is not difficult to grasp internally, from deep inside. these are soul posts.


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