This blog is my voyage of self discovery. It is a 40 year plus voyage, and I am not sure of the destination at this stage.
As part of this journery I am working through Julia Cameron’s second self help book Walking in this World – “The long-awaited sequel to the international bestseller The Artist’s Way”.
I am finding some of the tasks a useful way of discovering where I want to be, and what I want to become. What is my passion, my muse, my tiger!
Today I want to share from the book a poem that Julia Cameron’s mother had over the kitchen sink.
“If your nose is held to the grindstone rough
and you hold it down there long enough
soon you’ll say there’s no such thing
as brooks that babble and birds that sing.
Three things will all your world compose-
just you, the grindstone, and your darned old nose.”
Julia Cameron – Walking in this World.
I think we can all discover something from this simple little poem.