Imagine a crack in a vase. Imagine how you would feel if there all of a sudden was a big crack in your favorite vase. Now imagine instead of feeling anger about the crack, just fill that gap with pure gold. This is the teaching of Wabi Sabi. Wabi Sabi has it’s roots in Japanese ZenContinue reading “The Art of Wabi Sabi”
A couple weeks ago my mom checked out the book “Choosing Simplicity” from the library and told me I should read it too. At first I thought I would just look over the book, but I ended up reading the whole thing and wanted to read more. This book was inspired from another book, “YourContinue reading ““Choosing Simplicity” by Linda Breen Pierce”
The leaves are beginning to disappear! My maples are almost completely bare My oak tree is a brilliant gold though and still has a majority of its leaves. This tree came to our house as a sapling from my grandpa’s farm! Roxie enjoys playing in the leaves!
According to this Woolly Bear, we’re going to have a short and mild winter!! He tells me so because he has a long band of brown. Usually they have a black band at their bottom too, and this one doesn’t. Yesterday as I went to step outside, I noticed a woolly worm crawling to theContinue reading “Woolly Worm”
Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead is one of these movies that will change you, even if you change just for a week. The movie is about an Australian mid aged man who has been a successful stock broker. However, with all his money and his lavish diet, he began to gain a lot of weight,Continue reading “‘Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead’”