Happy February 1st!
Since I've skipped through the usual early-January moosh, I'll wish you a happy new month, as well as a blessed rest-of-the-year!
I decided to take my own advice and enjoyed a restful, rejuvenating photo-taking-free month with very little screen time. It's been utterly divine and I'm so grateful for the opportunity to allow myself the time out to come back in to myself.
But I couldn't leave you all without your slightly erratic pics for much longer, and, with that perfect timing that happens when we allow things to really flow naturally, while out on a fynbos walk yesterday with my friend Caroline the clouds and mountain provided beautiful inspiration and the raw material for the first pic of the year:
This short TEDx Talk also happened to come to me yesterday, in which Susan Henkels playfully poses such a freeing question that I'd love to share it with you: What if There's Nothing Wrong With You | Susan Henkels | TEDxSedona. The premise of her presentation questions our interpretation of right and wrong and how that interpretation ultimately determines how we decide who we will become as adults, how we choose our important relationships, how we pick our professions, how or if we parent, and what determines the quality of the life we choose.
An inspiring and uplifting idea for the not-quite-so-new year!
Cirrus clouds and summer fynbos, near Redhill, Cape Town