Living Juicy Daily Morsels for your Creative Soul by SARK is one of my favorite books. I am a huge fan of hers and own a number of her books. I like the simplicity of her sayings, the childlike quality and vibrant colors of her artwork and the gems of wisdom she dishes out. Here’s an example from Living Juicy: June 3 – “JOY is the natural result of enjoying. There is so much to enjoy! I believe that the more we can enjoy ourselves and others, the more we can accomplish, help and create. We must come from a place of fullness in order to be our highest, most Joy.Full selves. Whenever I find myself not enjoying, I ask, Why?”
Here’s another of my favorites: May 22 – Celebrate With Children. “Children are natural at celebration. They move into it spontaneously by jumping, screaming, giggling and cartwheeling. What is mud puddle stomping but a celebration of rain? Worm digging but a celebration of dirt? Web watching but a celebration of spiders? Remember how you felt when you first rode a bike all alone? Celebration of autonomy! I remember trying to tell time for so long, and then celebrating by telling time constantly – to everyone. Find a child and celebrate together.” Yesterday, my 5 year old granddaughter, Ana, and I planted 2 pots of flowers to celebrate spring. It was messy, joyful, fun, creative and collaborative. We had so much fun! What can you celebrate today with a child? How can you let your inner child celebrate more often? What do you want to celebrate today?
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4 thoughts on ““Living Juicy” by SARK”
Oh….I so love riding my bike to this very day. Feeling the wind against my face…..pedaling faster and faster til it feels as though I’m flying! Yes….it is a joyous thing!
Me too! Is there anything better than flying down a hill on your bike? What a joyful feeling of freedom:)
I DO remember riding my bike for the first time! I remember this exhiliarating feeling coming over me of the freedom it represented. I felt like I could do ANYTHING!
Thanks Amy! Yes, riding my bike and especially flying down a hill on it is the best. What a feeling of freedom!