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March 09, 2011


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deb taylor

this painting is stunning....have you moved from paper bags to this delicious creaminess? I am in awe....this is so YOU. I am holding you from afar.

Magical Mystical Teacher

Oh, we get so impatient with questions, don't we? Especially the unanswered ones...


this quote has saved me many times . . . it always brings peace to my heart. Your painting also brings peace to my heart.


I thoroughly enjoyed this post. You truly are a blogger extraordinaire.

Have a nice day, Boonie

Dawn Elliott

It seems that my lessons lately have been about experiencing both sides of an issue, sometimes through consciously paying attention, sometimes by screwing up and being humbled! What a lovely reminder to be gentle and patient with ourselves and others, as we all find our way. I LOVE your new paintings!

Meri @ Meri's Musings and Playing Along

Reading your posts gives me JOY!

Sue fox

Obviously a post from your heart to ours, beautifully illustrated with simple abundance, flowing with love.

Sue x


oh my goodness... patience indeed
so many unanswerable questions
living everything here...
this is lovely, rebecca

deb @ talk at the table

oh, I loved this when I first read it...

and love it more seeing it through you.

and I wish I had read it years and years ago..

hope you are well?

love to you,


Yes. So very yes. This is how it happens, the working it out through grace in living. The choice not to strive. The letting it unfold.

I love your painting. It looks like a self-portrait of beautiful you...

Margaret Pangert

That was lovely, Rebecca. Sometimes when I'm confronted with obstacles, I try going in "by the back door" which is kind of like "living your way into the answer." Did you do these drawings yourself? They are so meaningful vis-a-vis this poem. Beautiful post, Rebecca, and I hope you're feeling better.

Kim Mailhot

This poem is so very, very dear to me, as are the words, "live everything". You have matched it so very beautifully with your art, Lovely Rebecca.
Sending you light, and love and wishes for relief from your physical suffering.
Love you !

Cinda Rae Oliverio

Thinking of YOU dear woman always brings a smile and LOOK at that painting!!! Beauty Full!!!((((((Rebecca)))))in my prayers

ms pie

hi rebecca... such lovely incredible paintings and with a touch of emotion in every stroke... how do they do that??!! ... and then when i read your post, sigh... ok, i'll take that weight off my shoulders [ of my own doing of course ] and relax, take a full breath... look at the world around me and give thanks to all that i am blessed with... again, always such a pleasure to pass through... thank you...

Karen Gerstenberger

I loved that when I first read it - years ago - and love it still. Thank you for reminding me. I hope all is well (or at least, better) now that you are home. Hugs to you.

Phoenix Peacock

This is so lovely. and the quotation (one of my all time favorites) fits wonderfully. I am one who questions - it is how I learn, but not having answers to follow the questions immediately can be a time of great discomfort.
I hope the art helped mirror what you were feeling and gave some comfort.

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