Pursuing joy

At some point this past year I decided I wanted my life to be about pursuit of joy rather than reduction of suffering. And to paraphrase Frost, it has made all the difference.

For me it looks like embracing my inner artist. I was born an artist but along the way morphed, conformed, forgot. It’s all good. The journey back to myself has been so sweet! I’m leaping into fear, taking an undergrad art class with students who are literally half my age. Fear and joy! Fear and joy! Even the smell of art supplies makes my heart sing.

Are there any small ways you can increase joy? Share you victories below!! I’m so happy to give virtual high fives to you brave souls.

4 Comments

  1. Awesome! So fun and joyful and energy-producing to engage your creativity. Bravo for diving into a class and overcoming any fears around it. Making your heart sing is SO worth it.

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    1. Thanks so much! Yes to the energy production too—I had so much shakti running through me after class, I couldn’t believe it! Thanks for the comment. I love your blog!

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  2. This is so cool! Enjoy it. I’m going to take out my paintbrushes too!!

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    1. Awesome!! I’m so glad it inspired you to get ‘em out! Have fun ☺️

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