"You learn something every day if you pay attention."
Here I will be sharing bits and pieces of things and thoughts I encounter in my daily life- on the road, working with complimentary therapies or social change.
Muse is about sharing inspiring stories, heart lightening thoughts and mind awakening ideas. My observations of bright and dark sides of the World and worldly matters. Indeed a very subjective and personal vision to things that matter to me, around me, of what is visible to my mind's and heart's eye.
For the past few months I have experienced strong urge to sit down and write, but always made many excuses and pushed this feeling away indulging myself in other matters.
What inspired me to start writing was a very encouraging Rabbi Rami's article in Ode magazine (Dutch magazine for intelligent optimists), that I have been a big fan for several past years. In article "Standing Barefoot Before God", Rabi beautifully speaks both about creativity and therapeutic power of written word.
"Write what you know and keep at it until you at last realize you don't know much and what you do know is terrifyingly trite and stupefyingly boring. Most of us who reach this point in our writing- quit, and take up some other practice promising salvation in the "there and then" rather then freedom in the "here and now". Running from practice to practice, from guru to guru, even religion to religion, keeps us from ever having to take off our shoes and stand on the holy ground."
You can read complete article here.