• I love this post Elizabeth! Patience is such a huge gift we can give our creative process. Yesterday I read a post by Elizabeth Gilbert about committing 30 minutes to something you want to do daily and using a timer. It is through that patient persistence that we improve in all areas of our life. Sometimes I feel like we live in this hyper fast world, and yet the way our basic human mechanics work is through time and patience, and I wouldn’t want that to change for it builds a deep profoundness into our lives. The alternative of lightning fast, computer like abilities is that we never get to dive deep.

    Thank you for your thoughtful post, and I really love the direction your abstract work is taking – it is breatthtaking! xx

    May 06, 2015
    • Elizabeth McDonnell

      Sherri, thank you! I can so relate to the concept of committing regular time to what we want to cultivate. It makes so much sense. There’s so much for us to learn when inside the stillness.

      And I so appreciate your feedback about the abstracts! It’s a new direction for me and I am feeling it out as I go. Thanks for the encouragement! xoxo

      May 06, 2015
  • Thomas Cross

    In my work patience, often enough leads to a solution. So I have to be more patient. I love this latest effort of yours. I can get lost in it.

    April 22, 2015
    • Elizabeth McDonnell

      Patience can be one of the hardest things! But so worth the effort. I think it’s a skill we learn throughout our entire lives. And thank you! I love that.

      April 22, 2015

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