Perfect Liberty Calendar … day 11
Appreciate the Makoto (sincerity) of the people who came before you
Everything we have today was built upon the hard work of our ancestors and the people who came before us. Always remember to be thankful and humble and continue to build on their past successes.
The bright colourful fabric you see was purchased and collected by a friend of my sister’s while on a shopping outing. I never met this friend, only heard of her through my sister. I was however, really taken by her selection of fabric, the choices she made, and the colours she was drawn to. This friend passed away last week, leaving a gigantic hole in the lives of her family and friends. It was sudden, no warnings, simply a chill, and she was gone.
We never know in life when a change will be made in our circle of friends and loved ones. It happens, life is what it is.
Perfect Liberty Principle #2 – I will not have complaints about others, matters, nor the weather. Rather I will always be creative and will look for shortcomings in my own thinking and actions.
“Ideals are like the stars we never reach them, but like the mariners of the sea, we chart our course by them” Carl Schurz
Comments on: "Ancestors Day" (2)
I first thought “how appropriate” a quilt (photograph) as illustration
wouldn’t it make a colourful quilt =^_^=