“Art is literacy of the heart” Elliot Eisner

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Maybe time heals

“It has been said, 'time heals all wounds.' I do not agree. The wounds remain. In time, the mind, protecting its sanity, covers them with scar tissue and the pain lessens. But it is never gone.” 

Art Journal Journey

 photo Apresentaccedilatildeo1.png

Snail Mail

“I wrote you a love letter, and I sent it snail mail. Love is forever, and that’s about how long it’ll take to get to you.” 
― Jarod Kintz

Digital Whisper - mailbox

Hugs, Karla
 photo Apresentaccedilatildeo1.png

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Hearts & Flowers

Oh, heart, if one should say to you that 
the  soul perishes like the body,
answer that the flower withers,
but the seed remains.

Khalil Gibran   

                                      For Take a Word - Hearts & Flowers

 photo Apresentaccedilatildeo1.png

How to write Poetry


Sunday Postcard Art - pens

 photo Apresentaccedilatildeo1.png

Friday, July 31, 2015

Everybody needs wings every now and then

I am sorry for the sketch but my life is chaotic right now. I am not prepared for unexpected changes and my whole being needs time to swallow new information. Have you ever found yourself at a crossroad? Well, it's me right now. I look at the horizon but it seems so small and dark. Nothing like time to mend what was broken. Nothing like Art to keep us sane.

Have an inspiring weekend!

Linking up with Paint Party Friday

Hugs, Karla
 photo Apresentaccedilatildeo1.png

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

How to be beautiful


1. Smile. As the quote goes, “I’ve never seen a smiling face that was not beautiful.”

2. Be there for someone who needs you even if there’s nothing in it for you—give without expectations.

3. Make a sacrifice for someone you love.

4. Admit a mistake, even if it’s hard to say you’re wrong, and work to make amends.

5. Share your struggles, putting your ego aside, to make someone else feel less alone.

6. Create something that helps people. A song, a blog, a support group, a non-profit—anything that inspires.

7. Help a child feel good about him or herself.

8. Tell someone what you appreciate about them, even if you feel vulnerable.

9. Forgive someone without needing to hear the words, “I’m sorry.”

10. Create positive energy around you by thinking positive thoughts and acting with positive intentions.

11. Sit with reality without judging anyone or anything.

12. Accept someone for who they are instead of trying to change them to who you want them to be.

13. Treat people as they want to be treated.

14. Notice something simple but beautiful in the world around you.

15. Acknowledge the beauty in others instead of feeling threatened or competing with other people.

16. Be the change you want to see in the world, as per Gandhi’s suggestion.

17. Tap into your personal power and do something that makes a difference in the world.

18. Find strength in a challenging moment. It’s not easy to do, and you deserve credit for it.

19. Talk kindly about the world around you instead of gossiping or complaining.

20. Forget yourself for a minute and do nothing but listen to someone who needs it.

21. Measure a person by their best moments, not their worst.

22. Give yourself the same courtesy—focus on the good you’ve done, not the mistakes you’ve made.

23. Take the high road when someone hurts you instead if being cruel or catty.

24. Make someone laugh. A smile can literally melt stress and pain away. How beautiful of you to do that for someone else!

25. Make someone cry—tears of joy that is. People want to feel moved, inspired, motivated. Never underestimate the power of touching someone’s heart.

26. Keep an open mind instead of sticking with a judgment or assumption.

27. Love what you’re tempted to fear.

28. Be the voice of optimism when the people around you need it badly.

29. Show humility when your accomplishments would make it easy to stand above people.

30. Handle rejection or failure with grace. It’s far more easily said than done—and it sounds so cheesy and cliche—but accepting loss gracefully makes you a true winner.

31. Show unbridled enthusiasm for something that excites you. All children are beautiful, and I think their unadulterated joy has a lot to do with it.

32. Hear what someone means, not just what they say. Anyone can nitpick. Not everyone actively works to be understanding.

33. Imagine a world where people know peace, and do one small thing to create it.

34. Honor the values that matter to you. Showing integrity is the first step to feeling good about yourself.

35. Accept and love yourself, just as you are in this moment.

Three Muses - white & blue

 photo Apresentaccedilatildeo1.png

Monday, July 27, 2015

There's a mermaid in your cup

Hello My Lovelies!

How are you today? Well I've got a sore throat. The weather has been so changeable here. It's been pretty cold but I love winter. 

I am still waiting for my PIF partner to get in touch with me. I made 3 ATCS. Hope she likes it.

I am very sad. We were told we will have to leave our school because it will become a primary school only. My colleagues are desolated and so am I. We are secondary/high school teachers. It is hard to go away after so many years together. I am worried. And you, how do you face changes? Do you adapt easily? I don't. Hope we can survive more one change.


T stands for Tuesday

 photo Apresentaccedilatildeo1.png

Sunday, July 26, 2015

100% Happy & Free

I wish that every human life might be pure transparent freedom.
 ~Simone de Beauvoir


Take a Word - Mainly black and white

 photo Apresentaccedilatildeo1.png
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...