Creating Safe Space

Finding Grace

I feel that creating a safe space where there is just me is difficult. Not because it is impossible, but because it is very risk-taking to do so on your own. I want to be free, to be able to feel without judgment or feeling guilty for them. Yet, as I step into this new territory, and test out the waters, the fear of the unknown scares me. The fear of uncertainty brings out an anxiousness in me that is like a washing machine trying to wash clean dirty clothes.

So this got me thinking. After last week’s intense counselling session, I often thought about the idea of what it means to have a safe space. The interest thing is, I don’t think it is just about a physical place where we feel safe from danger. I had the wrong idea that I needed to be safe from emotions as…

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For He Died — Finding Grace

Whenever Easter rolls around, I think about what it means for me. Good Friday is always a day of reflection and this year, it is no different. But this year, I see the cross more clearly, I see the nail-pierced hands og Jesus Christ holding out for mine, I see the precious blood that He […]

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Sparrows on the Fence — Discover

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I have been checking out my WordPress account and came across this beautiful painting of Sparrows on a Fence. The comment reminded me of an friend who is a part-time artist and has just published her own website! Congratulations Sandy Flett’s Art!! 😀😊🤓

Sparrows on the Fence — Discover

Flight of P51-D Mustangs on the wing giving enjoyment to those who love Mustangs!

I have not a clue how to make any relevant comment on this painting of sparrows but reminds me of a friend who has used very similar materials in her paintings!

With watercolor and some ink, gouache, and conte crayon, Anica Amphlett paints sparrows at Burrill Lake, not far from her home on the South Coast of Australia’s New South Wales.

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