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Spread 245 – In The True Sense July 13, 2014

Posted by Orly in Uncategorized.

245-In The True SenseThe place between sameness and change is an uncomfortable one. Not that I am against discomfort, but sometimes I just wish that sameness lingered and change would be patient and just wait a while for me to be ready. Sometimes it’s the opposite and I am done with uniformity. Bring on the change, and bring it fast as the other is holding me back. I want to become the woman I am destined to be, feel the feelings I am destined to feel, and do the brave deeds I am destined to do–now please.


1. maz hawes - July 13, 2014

Oh Orly how I’d love to be inside your head to witness the evolution of a piece like this! I hear your frustration with change- yet we both know I’m sure that the push /pull of change vs the status quo works in mysterious ways- and that only the universe knows when we are truly ready to step into our destiny 🙂 (ps I sense you are further along the path than you think 😉 )

2. iHanna - July 13, 2014

Now, or later perhaps…. The only thing to be sure of: things will change. Everything changes! I find it comforting sometimes, sometimes very upsetting. 🙂


3. marta - July 13, 2014

The hairy ear guy!

4. apaperbear - July 14, 2014

Oh how we are all very upset/impatient with change. As one of my favorite people once said “Your either changing or your dead.” This is one bold, complex Orlyish spread! I love how you challenge and change us. Love to you always my dear friend.

5. Seth - July 14, 2014

So many people, including myself, struggle with the conflict between change and sameness. You have tapped into something so personal and yet so universal Orly. Again!

Yoram Avineri - July 15, 2014

i am listening.love you.

6. Tena NavarreteZapo - July 29, 2014

Orly, Love your words. They touched me and rang true. You have truly touched my life. I think about our class everyday and Your soothing and encouraging words. I feel very blessed to have met you and Learned from your creative energy. Thank you for being you. Namaste, Tena

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