“To perceive freshly, with fresh senses, is to be inspired.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
I spoke in my last post of going on a creative journey to discover my garden that has yet to show its face. I asked you to join along and participate in creating something that you deeply desire (it, of course, can be garden but it needn’t be). The response has been robust. Here is the link to the initial post on GardeningGoneWild and then the follow-up video on FB if you would like to catch up from the beginning.
In today’s post, I want to discuss the importance of discovering your likes and dislikes. Doing so is an important element of the creative journey. After all, how can you possibly know what you really desire, or create anything from the heart if you don’t have clarity on what speaks to you?
As I write in “Often the scariest question to answer can be, What do I want? The sheer open-ended boundlessness can be overwhelming. The choices seem so vast that it feels practically impossible to land on anything at all.”
In the video below, I am in Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, discussing the redesign of the central garden beds of one of Philadelphia’s most beloved and trafficked squares.
As promised in the video, below are photos that will give you a sense of what it now looks like.
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I’m celebrating by running a contest for the next 4 weeks. Each week, you’re eligible to win a $50. prize: all you have to do is send a receipt, along with your e-mail and full name, showing me that you have bought the book at: [email protected] and you will automatically be placed in with others. Write: Digging Deep Contest in subject line. Winners to be chosen randomly.
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