Saturday, February 2, 2013

Simplicity

Keep it simple - that is all to this blogpost.



Our good friend Tracy  inspired me to write a post on a word or phrase that motivates me, challenges me, that should embrace many aspects of my life like spiritual, emotional, physical, financial and social.  When I closed my eyes to find that one word - the image that came to my mind is a serene, uncomplicated place...nothing too much... just simple.  Yes, the word  is -  "SIMPLICITY".



There is so much clutter around me, so  many things, so many  thoughts, too many lists to get done , that I am exhausted.

I close my eyes.  Take a deep breath and let my self go that serene place.  A  three minutes break and  I feel  energized.



So I decided to embrace this word or the phrase "Keep it simple"  as my core value or goal  for this year.

I'll need to adjust to incorporate this, make some simple changes in habits and I think it will just lead me to the person who I want to be.

I'll do things with love - small things but with great love.  I don't want to feel stressed doing that.  That will be my cue to me  to  take it easy, or even stop , because beyond that it is meaningless.

I will give as much as I can with love, things and lessons that may benefit someone up to the point when I do not feel grumpy and angry and stressed.

If I can  I go back to this core value of keeping things simple,  my everyday tasks may not seem so frightening.

As I was thinking all these my hands were busy making these book marks.

 It is true as the poet Rabindra Nath Tagore says- " It is very simple to be happy but it is very difficult to be simple."



I made several of them indeed.  This very last one is made with peridot and garnet gemstones.

This one is for a couple for their anniversary present.  See, my friend is an August born, so her birth stone is peridot and her significant other is a January born baby, with garnet as his birthstone.  And the mother of pearl heart is to signify their love for each other and my wish - may that love be nourished.

I do not make  stamped word jewelry so I hope my jewelry speaks these thoughts ...perhaps whisper to the recipient ...then I'll know my job was well done.

Here is my other friends' posts who have also decided to take this Wellness Words Challenge  journey.

http://makebraceletsblog.com/2013/01/05/inspire-change-wellness-words-jewelry-challenge/


6 comments:

jeanetteblix.com said...

Simplicity, a word that I truly value. How we complicate our lives. I always try and remind myself to keep things simple, so I can totally relate to your word! I think the bookmark is lovely and will be a cherished gift!

Adrienne said...

What a great idea to make bookmarks out of beads. These are beautiful.

Alicia said...

Simplicity is a very powerful word, and a state very hard to achieve :)
Your bookmarks are beautiful, I am sure the recipients will cherish them!

Stacie said...

A great focus phrase...and very beautiful work too...love the bookmarks!

Tracy Statler said...

Keep it simple could me my phrase too. I need those words as a constant reminder. Life is always better when you K.I.S. Your bookmarks are beautiful and will make such lovely gifts! Thank you so much for participating!

Tracy

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