Insights gathered along the journey about creativity, art, teaching, learning, life. - Peter H. Reynolds
Another wonderful one, Peter. Though, it's also very sad. Sad, but probably true too often. Let's hope this will inspire some people to dust off their dreams... and make them happen!
Thank, MB. It IS sad. Some dreams are fine just to be dreams, but I think if we were all a bit braver and we put a dream more dreams into action... would make the "real world" more dreamy! Dream and DO.
Hey Peter, glad to see you have a blog. I love your line work. Truly amazing. So much life within those strokes.
Courage... Chasing dreams calls upon one to take risks. Fear can be a crippling emotion depending on the greatness of the cost. It challenges us to be vulnerable to the "unknown" outcome. Dreams either break your heart or they lead to a joyful fruition in life.I believe some dreams are meant to turn to dust and blow away in the breeze. I believe they scatter and find other places to take root...for that energy never truly dies. Our secret dreams simply find other ways to regenerate and grow within us.I like the sadness of the drawing. Sadness is not a bad emotion. It is sorrow that cuts into the soul to make room for our joy in life... It is the greatest teacher of compassion. I still have hope for Harry... Thank you for letting him out of your journal.
wow. Very profound, very elegent way of expressing the message. Wonderfull.
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