Sonce, sonce, kje si, no?? 😦
Ne vem, kako je v vaših krajih, ampak pri nas sega megla do tal, dež pada, drevesa bodo pa zgleda, prej odvrgla lsitje, preden bi jih lahko videla v soncu. Deževno, pusto vreme preganjam z:
Ta me iz neznanega razloga spominja na vroča, sonča poletja. Na tako vroča pravzaprav, da se ti nič ne da in ležiš v senci, s kozarcem hladnega soka in samo opazuješ kako leno vse polzi mimo tebe.
2. S knjigo:
This is in English for my most loyal reader: Liam. Hi, Liam! 🙂
Wabi Sabi for Writers’s been my favourite book for quite some time now. I’ve just finished reading it for the zillionth time and am loving it more than ever. It is full of wonderfully simple advice on, not just how to write but also how to live. How to be honest, real and authentic. I like its subtitle as well which reads: Find Inspiration, Respect Imperfection, Create Peerless Beauty. I’m not sure about finding inspiration and creating beauty, especially not one that would be peerless but I love the “Respect Imperfection” thing.
I really love imperfection in all its forms and shapes because everything that is alive and natural is by its very nature imperfect and as such unique and different, charming and attractive. When you fully embrace imperfection you relax because you know that however things are, is just fine and the way it should be. So you no longer obsess about reaching perfection because you not only intelectually know but you feel deep inside that striving to reach something that doesn’t even exist is pathetic.
3. In z okusnim zajtrkom, polnim sonca:
Kaj pa vi počnete v dežju?
P.S. Hvala vsem za komentarje včerajšnjega odstavka iz “Saltwater Buddha and me”. Cenim vašo iskrenost in vesela sem, da ste občutke, ki ste jih imeli pri branju delili tudi z menoj.