February 7


Sculpting Light

By Adela Rubio

February 7, 2008

The difference between a good artist and a great one is: The novice will often lay down his tool or brush, then pick up an invisible club on the mind's table and helplessly smash the easels and jade. Whereas the vintage man no longer hurts himself or anyone and keeps on sculpting Light. Hafiz

Your greatness lies right beyond the edge of your discomfort.

Often we give up right before we're just about to experience a breakthrough in feeling, in sensing in knowing. Right before we spill into our brilliant being.

Where are you sculpting light?

Shine on

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