Sunday, January 24, 2016
As we all know life happens and time has a way of passing all too quickly.
Sometimes responsibilities and other duties can call us away from finding the hours to create.
It is then that that one may turn to those 15 minute intervals.
Often quarter of an hour segments can be carved out before going to work or retiring for the evening. No they may not lead to a finished project in one day but over the course of several days you find yourself making progress.
The old saying "slow and steady wins the race" may not be far wrong.
In fact there may be an advantage to this limitation. It gives one a chance to come back after a break and have a fresh perspective.
Also when you do have those extra hours to spend painting or pursuing an artistic endeavor - there is a deeper appreciation for that gift of time.
Hope each of you can at least find 15 minutes today for some artful moments.
"for I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances." Apostle Paul 's words from Phil. 4:11 (NIV)
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