#arttoday & #wordsonlife -Autumn is reset and recovery

Hello autumn and red autumn leaves..🍁
It is that time of the year, autumn is finally here and it is time for reset and recovery, and to restore; the growth..

When the autumn leaves do turn red, it is to recover nutrients before falling off.. So that the trees will be ready for the next growing season. So to say, there is growth after each falloff🍁🍀😇.

So time to recover, and also great time of the year to visit Giverny, foundation Claude Monet to enJoY autumn by the picturesque water lilies and ponds of Monet, my favorite!

#arttoday & #wordsonlife Lifelong Journey

Lada Kopeika Project by Francis Alys exhibited in Hermitage Museum St.Petersburg, the story of a lifelong journey, journey and dream of driving The soviet car Lada to USSR border.
and what this piece of art recalls to me in the mood of nowadays,linked to my lifelong motto–> There may be blockages, accidents on the way; feeling of dead end moments all over, but don’t give up on your journey. Embrace change, adapt to find crossroads in dead ends and keep on, keep rowing/driving/walking, and sometimes waiting; breathing..whatever may happen. Vogue la galere..

JoY message of today – Have a dream and hold on.

Recalling the meaningful snapshot in lovely cobblestone roads of Rome. It was an instantaneous moment that I noticed the “I have a dream” writing with a map of Metro stations of the world, and the old man just about to leave the bookshop. and it was definitely worth to notice to capture this moment, when in Rome and all the narrow roads lead you to get lost in new snapshots and joys.

Have a dream, hold on to your dream, hold on to life – hold on.

#wordsonlife Continuous transformation of “I”

Continuous transformation of  “I” – of you –  especially when you’re on the road, out of comfort zone is amazing!
and it’s definitely my favorite journey in life, once you start, you keep discovering yourself along the way and you’re always on this journey.
below are the expression of this journey from Paulo Coelho‘s words which I quite liked as having lived it exactly.  It’s from his book, the Aleph, I am still reading through and definitely a strong suggestion for your bookshelf!
-and yes, as a lover of underlining books, it’s the words underlined, on the plane during a journey.