Re: Other ways to co-create "Weaving The Dream!"
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Posted by Annie Dunn Watson on January 12, 1999 at 20:10:53:
In Reply to: Other ways to co-create "Weaving The Dream!" posted by Penny on January 04, 1999 at 12:55:46:
Penny's Weaving the Dream project inspired me to create a floor-loom weaving with my friends, in celebration of a "new year." We gathered for this project on the Sunday after Christmas. Each friend brought with them a piece of fabric or ribbon which represented their "dream" for 1999, the threshold of a new millenium. Many of the individual dreams turned out to have much "in common" with one another, as perhaps is always the case when folks intentionally gather to consider "what they wish" for the year(s) ahead - the common dreams of humanity arise through the individual voice. The weaving we created is beautiful - many of our friends had never used a floor loom, and it was a wonderful experience for them! The finished piece just came off the loom today... it is almost six feet long, and two and a half feet wide.
This gathering and the creation that came out of it made me think about what we say to one another at each New Year's beginning: Happy New Year. Happy. Yes, I would want that for myself, and for you, certainly. But there's going to be a whole lot else in the year ahead. So here's a little longer wish list for you, my cyber-friends, inspired by this circle of friends in Burlington, Vermont, as we stand on the threshold of yet another year and dream of what we might become:
Happy New Year. And Deep. And Wonderous. Threaded throughout with Friends who Care Deeply about You. And with you. Especially when times are hard.
May you have Solitude when you need it. May you never be lonely. May you know the farthest reaches of the Mind you call your own. May you glimpse the Greater Mind from which it springs.
May you know Joy and Laughter, Darkness and Light. May you taste the Cleansing Salt of your own Tears.
May you enjoy Propserity. May you take no more than you need. May you remember to Give Back.
May you Know Yourself. May you be Known by others.
May you have many Adventures. May you find your way Home again. And again. And again.
May you enjoy periods of Abundant Creativity and Insight. May you walk fearlessly through the Emptiness of the Void.
May those who are Loved by you know themselves to be so. May you know yourself to be Loved by those who love you.
Happy New Year, yes. And Deep. And Wonderous. Threaded throughout with Friends who Care.
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