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Spread 178 – Days Of Comfort July 28, 2012

Posted by Orly in Uncategorized.
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There are some days too barren to support any meaning, others too crammed to support rest, most are just right.

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1. Darlene K Campbell - July 28, 2012

Ahh, yes…those just right days that flow in and out of myself in perfect harmony with the moon and the stars.

2. Christina Brittain - July 28, 2012

Orly, even the word comfort is comforting to me right now. You so succinctly describe the drift from one day to another – some so full of meaning there’s no time to sit and know what it means! Maybe that’s what the “barren” days are for. For integration and for having the reminder to be here, now. Which is what art does for us, doesn’t it? Allow us to be present, to integrate, to take stock of this exact moment, to breath and look around and say, “ah, this is me. Moving through time and experience. Here I am. I’ve remembered me again.”

3. apaperbear - July 28, 2012

DUDE! I can sooooo relate to the is beautiful spread and your words are like totally awsome!

4. Monica - July 28, 2012

I know just what you mean and I am hoping to have more days of comfort in the future…it seems I am experiencing the ‘barren’ days right now. I’m sure time spent in your workshop will help immensely =-)

5. Seth - July 28, 2012

It is all about the balance for me Orly. Dark, moody pages that really set the tone for your words.

6. John - July 29, 2012

You hit it right! I made my do list yesterday and it seemed daunting. It is always nice to see that others lives parallel with bounty and barren.

7. giliganu - August 11, 2012

#177 and 178 are complimentary.


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