So many of us let fear over-ride us. When something horrible happens many turn to fear. This is usually totally debilitating.
What would happen if we choose Love not fear. Love is so powerful, so strong, so enlivening.
So let us all choose Love not fear.
This inspirational video from Jim Carey is also worth watching. He talks about the power of Love:
I love Clareville and Avalon Beach on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. So I’ve designed some simple soft burlap-look cushions which celebrates my love of the area.
Use these to add character and individuality to your home. You can easily change the street names. Add your own street or your favourite streets. Just click the image and then customise.
We have had a lot of rain in Sydney over the last week. And as we have seen with natural disasters animal’s can be affected too.
I took these photos of two cute baby rainbow lorikeets after the rain. They landed on my deck and just started preening themselves. They seemed to be totally unaware of me. I felt it was a rare privilege to watch them and even rarer to be able to take these photos:
These photos were one of my inspirations to start up my Zazzle website Clareville and one of the very first series of designs I put on gifts.
Click here to look or click on the photos. On some gifts I was able to put a close-up of the feathers creating a wonderful colorful texture.
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Just like to say Happy New Year to all my subscribers and likers.
We live quite a way north of Sydney. Made this move a few years ago. So this had made it harder for us to travel down to Sydney for the NYE midnight fireworks.
However we did go to the local 9:00 pm fireworks. Which was lovely by the edge of Pittwater (a harbour north of Sydney’s) under the moon and stars with bats flying overhead.
We then came home and watched the Sydney NYE fireworks on TV. They were fantastic. Made me wish I was there but I realise they look heaps better on the TV. Here is a condensed version of what we saw:
Love to hear how you spent your New Years Eve?