That Timeless Space

The serenity in our creative selves…

Pilgrim on a Long, Long Journey

“Oh my God, what if you wake up some day, and you’re 65, or 75, and you never got your memoir or novel  written…” So said Anne Lamott. That is why I spent a delightful part of my last seven years writing three memoirs that emptied my soul of experience that tickled me,  inspired me and brought meaning, by God’s grace,  to my life.

My question to you is have you created songs or blogs or novels or memoirs or still lifes or portraits or poems or gardens, that, make you whole? The serenity and joy I have found in my writing can only be treasured by those, who, by the grace of our Creator, have found that beautiful place that can make them whole.

On your journey, with it’s loveliness and ugliness, meaning and chaos, intimacy and loneliness, don’t miss that serene, timeless space, if, it has managed to…

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Love to the Point of Madness.

“I have loved to the point of madness; that which is called madness, that which to me, is the only sensible way to love.” Francois Sagan, the late French playwright, novelist, and screenwriter

Is it a good idea to marry someone who will be changing for a lifetime? Since one person usually has the greater love, should they suffer through that indignity? If a successful love is a role of the dice should one jump in with both feet?

The answer to the inquiries, for me, is yes. Love, however difficult, is a wonderful expression of our humanity. Don’t you think?