Mostly I write about creativity. Sometimes about the possibilities. What happens when you marry passion with productivity.
Also I write songs. Lots of them.
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Home Is In The Evergreens
Exactly one month ago, I woke up in a beautiful cabin overlooking the mountains. The first morning at our new home. Somehow our little family of three had managed to land an affordable rental with a view in a renter-starved market. The view was magnificent, with floor to ceiling windows showing off the impressive Rocky Mountains that dominate the landscape. We had packed up our lives, set off across the country, moving for the first time away from family, away from all that we knew, with the hope of adventure and new beginnings.
Change. It is scary. Unfamiliar. It poses new risks and threatens routine. It challenges all levels of comfort, All certainty.
I Can See Into My Future
I am no psychic. Allow me to explain. Humans are always growing. Sometimes, we have seasons of stagnation, however long or short, but nevertheless, we are growing. No matter how long it takes the seed to mature into a living, breathing tree, it will occur as part of a natural process. Yet, in our human lives it seems so much more convoluted than that. We live in an age of such complexity, the point of mature growth is an uncertain concept. Are we ever really there? Do we ever stop growing or does it simply slow down with time? Is a man near death learning like a child who takes their first step?
2020 was the painful and yet necessary release of unhealthy relationships, the acceptance that things would never be as I had hoped them to be, and the change that was required in order to move forward.