For art to be relevant, artists must address the social and spiritual issues of our time. ~ Suzi Gablik
This week I’m taking time to focus on Project REGROUP. Here is what it entails:
R – Reviewing the future
E – Envisioning a message
G– Growing ideas for new horizons
R- Rejoicing, in new directions
O– Organizing thoughts and concepts
U – Utilizing whats been started
P – Praying that the voice within me steers me right
Regrouping is often associated with failure, disappointment or recovery. Many people automatically equate the word regroup with set-backs.
I look at it from a different tact – from the perspective of positive energy flow. Where do I want to place my attention next? I’ve got some ideas beginning to sprout, now I need to listen to what my readers are saying. “How can I creatively communicate from a different level,” I ask myself.
My family is probably sending communications saying “Fanny, what’s Sue up to now?” to the central character of my book. With my publication, she has come into a different realm.
This blog is brought to you by Sue Batton Leonard, the author of Gift of a Lifetime: Finding Fulfilling Things in the Unexpected.
See you tomorrow on All Things Fulfilling