Monthly Archives: April 2014

Your Gentle Reminder

I keep going back to this outstanding blog post by my inspiring friend David. And I feel like telling you that I made such an altar almost right away after reading it …and it’s so so worth doing this! more on this to follow soon. Thank you David to share this wonderful Inspiration in words and visuals.

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matchbox altar D matchbox altar D

If we want to enter Heaven
on Earth, we need only
one conscious step
and one conscious breath. ~Thich Nhat Hanh

Make a simple, personal reminder
of our sacred existence
of this sweet, short life
of the web of life’s interconnection of all things.

On the surface
these matchbook mini-altars
appear as cut and paste
magazine and ribbon
arts and crafts.

But as a reminder of who we really are
they become powerful tools of transformation.

Try it with friends!
Place it where it most needs to be seen.

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