Belonging and becoming are part of the human experience. Belonging is a beautiful word. The word itself is really not that pretty. Nevertheless, it is beautiful in the sentiment of its combined parts. Becoming is turning into something else. Often, becoming results in adopting and adapting to something or someone we are not.
It has been almost a year since last time I posted in this blog. Let me tell you a little of what is going on. What are you up to now? What about your art?
The therapeutic sculpting in Hamden will focus on developing awareness in the connection with ourselves and the clay as a symbol of our connection with our immediate world.
Sometimes I feel too old to dream anymore. No, I didn’t lose my edge, or neither I think that dreams are not important. I will always be a dreamer. However, it is time to take action and make those dreams happen. It has never been about me, but about them.
What if neglecting spirituality as a domain in itself is like driving a car with three wheels when it should have four? On one way or another, the influence of spirituality is as strong as the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains.