Friday, April 16, 2010

Being in Tune is Our Job

I don't know if anyone gets as stupid as I do.
But you know, for... umm.... years.... Years! I have been trying to feel that connection with God. You know, that feeling. Trying to feel that feeling. I get desperate.

This morning I realized-
Dude.
If you want to get in tune, you have to tune your instrument.
Keep the strings tight so the bow can stroke the rosin.

And play it for that matter!

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Picture update! I've been sitting in the land of nowhere and it's become clear to me that my process of posting paintings as I work on them is not so smart. Sharing in-process pictures is like going downhill in a red wagon and unscrewing one of the wheels on my way down. As it rolls away and my axle scrapes on the pavement I think I could have... probably.. used that wheel.

So! There's going to be less art up here.
For a few months at least.
I don't know what's going on, but I feel happy for us all.
Nobody can stop us from rejoicing!
Not a thing or a glance or anything!
It's a funny thing that the more I be in me,
the more I feel we.
And when I am in we,
I am in awe.

5 comments:

Suzette said...

You are like Sunshine...salve to the soul...dear sister!I I am off to swamp to find fairies and listen to fiddles.
I'll bring back some stardust for All!

Anonymous said...

I'll fix your your little red wagon,
WeBe! Love You :D

'inoging'

Shannon said...

Stardust and wagons? That's a party! Let's doooo it!

Anonymous said...

Dude, wagons full of stardust, yeah! Paaaaahhhhtty! lol

Michael... said...

"Everything's gonna be alright..." Bob Marley.