fixing the bed,
making it soft.
deleting batches of emails,
less electronic clutter –
time off from internet,
browsing, Click “erase”
deleting old contacts,
acknowledging time and space
and re-imaging relationships
washing the dishes
this is the stuff of poetry!
you want more passion?
how about: find it in clarity?
moving energy on out
picking it up
for a moment,
and then, waving goodbye.
resuse, recycle, renew
the plants don’t wait for their
water, they make use of what they
tonight is a new night
yesterday was a different story
review, renew, receive.
Happy New Year of the Pig!
Venus transits Capricorn
17 thoughts on “Practical Materialism”
Delightful to read ka… living simply in the moment… have a great pig new year😘🌈 love Barbara x
Thank you, Barbara! Happy to celebrate with you, especially living in the moment 🙂 Much love, Ka
Delightful poem, full of wisdom and playful energy.
Thanks Brad, I’m glad you enjoyed the mix 🙂 ! Nice to celebrate with you.
Thank you, Brad! It’s great to share joy.
Thank you 🙂
Such wisdom here and so beautifully said my friend! Indeed life is rich when the simple mundane tasks too feel like moments of purity and love. Boredom and resistance are signs of feeling disconnected from this life force. It is important to ‘review, renew, receive.’ like you say 🙂
Becoming more creative with ways to be efficient and focused, and playful, too! It is wonderful when it happens naturally, without undue effort. Thank you for your validation as always, and your comment that highlights the message.
Yes it is such joy when it comes effortlessly 🙂 You are most welcome.
I feel glad 🙂
sweetly letting go
of the year
of the doggie 🙂
Ah, yes… each season has a time,
beautiful release, and a welcoming 🙂
Clearing, cleansing, de-cluttering and living without the internet to be recommended for sure. FInding JOY in the simple things, and gratitude in our abilities. Loved reading this, It was like its own breath of fresh air..
When the weight is cleared, and we see we no longer have to carry the burden of anything other than the joy of love.. ❤
Oh really well said, Sue! Thank you for adding that! 💗