Category Archives: creativity

John O’Donohue on Beginning

Here’s the text, for those who have trouble seeing FB links:- ‘There is nothing to fear in the act of beginning. More often than not it knows the journey ahead better than we ever could. Perhaps the art of harvesting … Continue reading

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John O’Donohue on the prayer of your soul

“Give yourself time to make a prayer that will become the prayer of your soul. Listen to the voice of longing in your soul. Listen to your hungers. Give attention to the unexpected that lives around the rim of your … Continue reading

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Martin Shaw on Myth, Love & our Inward Compass

“By going deeper into myth, I go deeper into love, and when I go deeper into love, innately I find morality; I locate a True North in my own heart.”  Martin Shaw Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter Counselling in Exeter … Continue reading

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I will have become – David Whyte

Click on the link above to visit David’s Facebook page for these beautiful words. Here’s the link for those who have difficulty seeing Facebook links:- ‘I WILL HAVE BECOME I will have become  like the madman  running  to see the … Continue reading

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For One Who Is Exhausted – John O’Donohue

Click on the link above to visit Facebook for John’s beautiful blessing, for the many of us needing it from time to time. Here are the words, for those who have difficulty seeing FB links:- FOR ONE WHO IS EXHAUSTED … Continue reading

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This is for us…. Charlotte Eriksson

“… so this is for us. This is for us who sing, write, dance, act, study, run and love and this is for doing it even if no one will ever know because the beauty is in the act of … Continue reading

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A Counsel of Resistance & Delight in the Face of Fear – Martin Shaw

https://medium.com/@schoolofmyth/a-counsel-of-resistance-and-delight-in-the-face-of-fear-91ddb91dc415 Please click on the above for this piece on http://www.medium.com from local storyteller, Martin Shaw. It feels like one of the most important and resonant things the writer of this blog has seen in the last few months. A … Continue reading

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