Love is an action, not just a feeling. Sometimes to love others it requires more than simply a feeling in your heart. Sometimes we have to step outside our comfort zone and be more like Christ and less of ourselves. Love becomes an action when you do something for another person or forgive when the other person doesn’t deserve it.
It doesn’t matter if others are nice or not. We should extend ourselves to love even when others aren’t capable or willing. It spreads love when we love and it will come back to you. What you give others is measured back ten fold.
There’s nothing better than a green tea frappe and a new #=moleskine art journal all in the same day. There’s a lot of love in my almost finished moleskine. Look at all the yummy thickness compared to my new journal. Lots of love and memories inside that journal. We had a snow storm today and I drove an hour for a dr appointment. I only saw one wreck on the way. The roads were terrible. I made good use of my day and stopped at Barnes and noble for my moleskine, hobby lobby and micheals for embellishments and washi tape. I made time for Starbucks so I could create in my new journal and then to the dr and home again. Even though I hate snow and cold weather the day has been m memorable with some very great things what do you do on your cold or more stressful days? Do you make art or do you find something you enjoy so you have good memories?
Dream big work with diligence and make dreams happen. A good life quote to meditate on for the next month. Add positive quotes and fun doodles with some collage art inside an art journal and have a photo memory book to look back on when you grow old. It will be fun one day to look through all my old art journals. What do you do with your old art journals?
When you have your soul mate you don’t need anything else.
She dreams more often than she sleeps. Jonny Ox
Creativity takes courage. Henri Matisse
The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination. Albert Einstein
Bright colors, doodling, and inspiring quotes fill my last pages of my journal for 2017.