Filling the Gap With Laughter


“I am learning every day to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be to inspire me and not terrify me.”
— Tracee Ellis Rose


I want to have the time and space for myself and others. I want to make good use of my time and energy so that I am producing and meditating, calm, silent and when I wish to be active. I wish to have more of myself to share but to do that I need more time to gain myself. Part of that is utilizing those 1440 minutes every day, sleeping some and meditating some and goofing off some and working some and sharing some. How to find the correct proportions for that has eluded me so far but it will happen. Part of it is avoiding pits and pitfalls including social media. Part of it is discipline and not getting down on myself when the discipline falls through. I see the road ahead (well most of it and I value the surprises) and I will follow through. Ultimately, and this is the trick, I intend to enjoy the trip and I can’t do that if I am beating myself up. Thus I will fill the gap between where I am and where I wish to be with laughter and enjoy even the missteps along the way.
Blessings, G


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In His Keep2In His Keep by G A Rosenberg


Elemental RipplesElemental Ripples by G A Rosenberg


This is a New Year


Neil Gaiman’s New Year Message for 2015:
“”Be kind to yourself in the year ahead.

Remember to forgive yourself, and to forgive others. It’s too easy to be outraged these days, so much harder to change things, to reach out, to understand.

Try to make your time matter: minutes and hours and days and weeks can blow away like dead leaves, with nothing to show but time you spent not quite ever doing things, or time you spent waiting to begin.

Meet new people and talk to them. Make new things and show them to people who might enjoy them.

Hug too much. Smile too much. And, when you can, love.”
–Neil Gaiman


It’s here. Well, for most of the world as of this typing anyway. Another chance, another moment, a brand spanking New Year. In it I will try to accomplish a bit more, be a bit happier and a bit kinder. I will learn that much more from mistakes I will make and at the end of it perhaps understand a bit more. I wish you all the same.
Blessings, G


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Turning Her Back on Death and LifeTurning Her Back on Death And Life by G A Rosenberg


Wistful Dreams of a New YearWistful Dreams of a New Year by G A Rosenberg