Good Evening, God!
I was leaving my spiritual director’s home when I spotted these marvelous burst of lines. The lovely blue flowers were long gone. But, I found the structure of each former flower delightful. In fact, I saw them as themselves . . . exuberantly reaching out in joy.
But further thought made me think about how they were the structure that supported the lovely blue blossoms. And, as I look around at my office, I think . . . ah . . . I need some structure here!
Structure is such a clean architectural word. And, I like it. It is what I need and what I want. So, tomorrow after Centering I will imagine and design. Design a structure that will help make what I do easier to see . . . to visualize. Right brained folks need to SEE what is coming up . . . what wants to be done.
I see this as one of the unforeseen byproducts of having our home painted inside. Creative destruction? You bet! Having everything boxed or relocated means we have gotten used to not seeing them. And somehow that gives us the freedom to toss them, reposition them, or repurpose them!
I can’t help thinking I’ve wanted to do this before . . . but I feel relaxed about it now. . . as if I have both time and energy. And, I do.