Namadgi National Park, 23 October
I realised last night, as I read a book to my Fairy God Son Raven, that my sometime ( or more often than sometime, would my husband say), lack of patience with him, and life in general, stems from the lack of children in my everyday life.
I do have loved little ones in my life.
Dear, dear ones.
They live in Wollongong, Julien and Jay, my sister’s kids.
In Belgium, my brother’s one year old, Marc Antoine, once met son.
In Nepal, my two weeks a year beloved five nieces and one nephew, Purni Maya, Da Jangmu, Soma, Phulmaya, Purba and Bandana.
In the ACT, magical six year old Raven, and Fiery Red sister Fern.
None in Natimuk. Must find some. A professional Auntie cannot have a balanced life without the beautiful connection with life that children give..
A-hunting I must go, to find the balance in life and reminder of what is important, the full attention in the moment that unadulterated souls give, through the divine connection of here and now. Complete.
Murrumbindgee in Gundagai, 26 October. On the way home to Natimuk.
Murrumbidgee Spirit Flame.
The flash brings out the spirit flame of trees cooling their roots in the big water of the Murrumbidgee .
Old World Minuscule, very small part of the Here and Now.
Vibration of water and land meeting,
A stone throw away from glistening lights and rumbling thunder on the Hume Highway.
Brigitte Muir O.A.M.
Inkjet print on acid free paper, coloured pencil. Handmade rag paper background.
‘Beyond the Earthquake’
16 to 30 November 2015, ex Kathmandu. Postponed to November 2016.
Ideal for families, friends, anyone really! On parle francais!!!!!
AND: World First!!!!! Business Workshop and Mentoring Trek!!! ( plus all the trimmings from the WBWD Trek )
I share my passion for ‘live your dream, don’t dream your life’
Inspirational Speaking is how I fund the many hours of volunteering I happily give to the Beyond the Smile Program in Lura.