“Creativity is great medicine for all, both the creator and the one who experiences it. It is not an indulgence; it is fundamental to medical practice.” Patch Adams
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I really am suggesting that we take back the sabbath – having one day a week to rest, play, have fun, bike, walk, reflect, turn off our devices and breathe.
Let’s do it: something, anything, that deserves praise that is often overlooked. It is a great attention exercise.
At the end of life, when people look back to see what mattered for them and brought meaning, it’s not about what they bought and what they owned. It’s about what they did to help other people to live and how they related to other people and grew in wisdom.
With some exceptions, I believe that people are doing the best they can, with what they know, in the circumstances in which they find themselves.
So I am on my own mission to resurrect my moodling time. For years I chose Sunday – the entire day- for the sole purpose of unstructured time. I got to read, bike, photograph, take long walks, write, visit with a friend, read poetry, and play the piano, daydream, and so on. Even though I am no longer the example, I have the longing and motivation to keep trying.
i carry your heart with me(i carry it in my heart)i am never without it (anywhere i go) E. E. Cummings
When we face the unexpected and the difficult, we all have resources to “bear it”…as tough as it can be, you can do it. We all can.
Possible side effects include moments of spontaneous gratitude, pure joy, a desire to live fully while we can, and an urge to give back.
It’s about accepting responsibility that you’re important to people. Lyndsay Green