Our personal history does not define the way things will be.
you can slip down the rabbit holes of would have, should have, could have.
or you can rise above what was, and be in the now.
what will your now look like?
What is one thing you do to be present in the now?
Let us know in the comments below and help inspire others!
Have a beautiful Day!
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Love these kind of pots
Thank you Jennifer! They are fun to make as well! Hope you are keeping well 🙏
Loved this absolutely!
Thank you Vivek! So glad it resonated with you! 🙏
Thank ya! Stay active in the national discussion concerning the future of the USA 🇺🇸!😎🙏♒️🐕👍🏾🤬🥳
Lovely inspiring words! Got me thinking about how I’ll spend my afternoon 🙂
Lovely! So happy to hear it may have helped a bit! 🙏
Red herbal hair color today!
This one is lovely! Your first paragraph reminds me of how bothered I am with these stupid credit score TV commercials. They would have you feel and believe that you are nothing and nobody without a great credit score. Call me weird! 😂
Ok you are weird! haha 😛 I understand what you mean and thank you for your kind comment John!
To stay active, present, and in the moment: Treat everyday as though it were a sacred day.
For sure! as every moment of every day is indeed a sacred day! Keep well! 🙏
I think being authentic (not rude, not brutally honest, no not that!) helps me stay “in the now.” If I’m doing something that matters to me, anything from the yukky chore of scrubbing the kitchen sink to the fun task of writing a new story, then I’m being authentic and in the now. It’s MUCH better than doing something simply because others expect me to like it or expect me to think it’s important.
p.s. I love your pottery, and I’m going to enjoy a moment of “in the now” by browsing your photos.:-)
Thank you Priscilla! If you have any questions about what you see as you go, please do reach out! 🙏 https://rakupottery.ca/contact/
That vase is a really lovely shape. Nice one! 🙂
Thank you Tish! It is amazing what variety one can get in necks and shoulders on vases! 🙏