Pursuing Possibilities …

How to Feel the Energy of Possibility Thinking - Steve Gutzler

I had been thinking about this very idea when Linda Marie Marten’s beautiful post landed in my inbox today. For me, 2022’s theme was “say yes to life”. I wanted to push myself to explore more, try new things, visit new places, and face some of my fears.

As I continue on this path of pursuing possibility, I find more doors opening. I now glimpse a wider horizon than my post trauma brain could ever envision.

I delighted in reading about Linda’s bold move, as well as discovering our shared love of the color red. I also own a pair of favorite red shoes!

I hope Linda Marten’s post will inspire you, too, whatever your age or circumstance.

Linda Marie Marten

It all started with an Osprey …

It all started that day I saw an Osprey in a tree. I hadn’t seen one since I lived in Oregon, over 40 years ago.

It was a lovely spring day in Southern California, near a small town that overlooked the ocean. I arrived early to attend a Meetup group event at a small art museum. While I waited, I walked around the grassy wild open fields teaming with tall green grasses & purple wild flowers blooming after many days of rain. My body began to relax more and more as I walked the path beside the green, taking in the fresh air & nature all around me. I felt like I was home, closer to nature than I’d been in a very long time.

You see, I’ve lived the past 40 years in a more congested, busy part of Los Angeles next…

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Author: EvelynKrieger

I'm a people watcher and word crafter, author of fiction and essays. I also blog on living the creative life during hard times. When not writing, I work as a private educational consultant. Special interests: dance, the moon, astronauts, beaches, poetry, staying alive.

5 thoughts on “Pursuing Possibilities …”

  1. Thank you for the pointer to this delightful post, I wouldn’t have found it otherwise!

    And much luck on your journey, it’s a worthwhile and wondrous one! And if you have any revelations, please do share, after all Jean-Paul Sartre said that “Everything has been figured out, except how to live.” 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Tamara. When we keep our eyes open, the world seems to expand. And now that the world has opened up more safely (as far as illness goes), the time is right. Spring, too, brings a feeling of hope and blooming of sorts.

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      1. Absolutely! Spring is a great time to open up to the possibilities! Wishing you all the best in your adventures!


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