abstract art LLGriffin

hidden in the daylight

A resting moth, hidden in the daylight. I have seen three moths recently that blend into the brick during the day. When a moth shows up there are a lot of interpretations of what they symbolize and stories around them. They have markings so they are easily hidden at first glance. In these images they look like they’re simply resting. It turns out, these moths stayed in the same spot for hours.

moth spiritual meaning is to trust the changes that are happening and that freedom and liberation are around the corner.

Updated on May 12, 2021 / By Garth C. Clifford

change is coming

trusting the process

How annoying is the phrase, trust the process. I have to say so annoying, and I’ve also said it to others as well!

Sometimes the only option is – trusting the process.

line art by LLGriffin

You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.― A.A. Milne, Winnie the Pooh Library

learning how to pivot

Because it has always been done one way, doesn’t mean it has to continue in the same way. Is tradition really a habit or something else? Learning how to pivot, is stopping and turning. It takes practice to pivot, it gives me another perspective when I need to change directions and or approaches.

practice pivoting

brush art by LLGriffin
line practice by LLGriffin

Pivoting is not the end of the disruption process, but the beginning of the next leg of your journey ― Jay Samit

is there beauty in transitions?

I believe there’s beauty in transitions. The hard part is appreciating each step.

poppy image transitions by LLGriffin
poppy by LLGriff

Wilting flowers do not cause suffering; it is the unrealistic desire that flowers will not wilt that causes suffering – Thich Nhat Hanh

looking back

Learning, and understanding may be gained by looking back.

Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards. Søren Kierkegaard

mixed media by LLGriffin
looking back by LLGriffin

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