Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Wishcasting - Dare!



I think when you've been broken, you gather up the pieces, and stash them away. In many different places.

If the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, then I wish to dare to be whole. To unwrap the pieces from their bubble wrapped hiding places, and bring them back together. In the light.


I am a daughter
I am a sister
I am a niece
I am an aunt

I am a partner
I am a friend

I am loved

I am an artist
I am a photographer
I am a model
I am a writer
I am a poet

I am joyful
I am perceptive
I am healing

I am the pieces
I am the whole


Abstract Collage


In response to Jamie Ridler's question:

What do you wish to dare?

10 comments:

Erin Richardson said...

I've been there, and until I read you post, I hadn't stop to realise I have achieved wholeness. As will you!
As you wish for yourself, so do I wish for you as well.

Kate said...

As you wish for yourself I also wish for you. Wishing you wholeness on every level.

Creatively Sensitive said...

@Erin - That just filled me with joy. Glad I could be a part of that :)

@Kate - You've got me thinking about where else I can experience wholeness. Thank you.

Robin said...

I wish that for you, too. I wish it also for myself. I know that my constant migraines mean I am out of sync. I need to find my balance again.

Maria said...

I love this post and your wish for wholeness. As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you also! ~M

LissaL said...

I loved your post.
as you wish for yourself, so I wish also

Cinderita said...

Thank you for one of the best hugs I got all day. I love to watch you smile. As you wish for yourself, I wish for you also.

Maggie J said...

This is a lovely post, so much better to focus on the wholeness that were are. As you wish for yourself, so too I wish for you.

Muse said...

A beautiful and powerful wish. I share it. Here's to your continued journey toward wholeness as you reunite the pieces.

Emily said...

"To unwrap the pieces from their bubble wrapped hiding places, and bring them back together. In the light."
So beautifully put! I, too, am working on the unwrapping. So glad to share your journey- especially through your creativity:)