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Creativity IS a Spiritual Practice

When we see through our hearts, we recognize that every single one of us is infused with creativity. Divine Sparks are embedded in everyone and everything. It's up to us to be courageous, to look and listen deeply, to find the sparks, gather and release them back into the universe, transformed into something new. Join me as we wake up to the sacred-ordinary blessings waiting to greet us each and every day.


Monday, August 29, 2011

Sidewalk Cracks @ BCL

Thanks everyone for your supportive messages, as always. We are back in Waltham for week two at the pprc. The storm has passed and the sun is shining this morning :-) 

Please read my latest post published at Buddha Chick Life, "Sidewalk Cracks" here, plus insights from ten wise women you won't want to miss.  

What unexpected beauty is growing from the fractured places in your life?  

Perhaps my thoughts on sidewalk cracks will encourage you to explore the brokenness of your own heart with generosity, lovingkindness compassion and fresh eyes.


  1. Just the message I needed to hear this morning, Laura. Thanks and holding you and your daughter in the light during this coming week. Love, Jill

  2. A lovely photo, Laura. I will have to check out your other post. Sounds interesting. :)

  3. I loved your post about sidewalk cracks. I have been feeling hurt and broken today and your take on growing through these experiences has beena comfort to me, thank you!!!

  4. Much love from me as usually Laura:)
    Good to hear that sun is shining again!

  5. Beautiful photograph. We are all encouraged to grow, some is enjoyable, like the gardener nourishing all in his care, other times it is the pruning shears :)

  6. Yes we do have cracks in our well laid out plans....beautiful article, I checked it out!

  7. Beautiful. I have to check out your other posts. Glad to hear that the storm has passed and sun is shining.

  8. Laura, I just read your article. It is marvelous. I have noticed this in my experience also that whenever I had felt dejected and lonely I have learnt something new and this has brought me more happiness and made me more creative. Thanks for this wonderful post.

  9. I find this post uplifting. With very few words but you've manage to shift my focus into the right direction!


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