A Nightmare to Wake Up from
If I had to recount this period with a song, I can’t stop thinking about Greenday‘s “Wake Me Up When September Ends”. I don’t think I listened to it as much as in this period, while in it I mirror my mood. The same as almost all the world’s population. So the question that arises is: when will the time to wake up come?
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Pending on the Pause Button
The sensation more than others that presses on the stomach like a boulder is that of living in the balance on the pause button. A year of life that doesn’t count. Yet age advances by one, however, removing from the arc of our existence a box on the big game board that is life. I really wish there is the possibility of canceling 2020, as a bad game and therefore start it again without taking into account the lost points or the defeats. But it cannot and the fact that it isn’t possible to do anything about it’s the thing that really degrades the soul and wrinkles the heart.
The pause button is all we are allowed to do. No rewind or forward, only the hope of sooner or later reaching the play and finally regaining possession of all the time that has been denied us.
Can the Impossible become Possible?
This is the question answered by the Flower Moon, which honors relationships and love in May.
Nature is in bloom, the winds and spring rains subside and the blue skies prepare to welcome the heat of the sun.
This Full Moon brings with it a great harmony and a propitious moment to reach every type of goal, even the most difficult one.
It’s the hope to be entrusted so that the energies emanated can brighten our days and like flowers make us bloom at the height of our splendor. Ready to go back to life.
The May newsletter will arrive tomorrow and from this month, until August, it will accompany us on a journey to discover the 4 Elements.
For this reason, this month’s collaborations are with two English artists who, through their art, will be giving away two splendid necklaces that pay homage to this element.
“Rudrakshagems“ Nipun Khanna is a yoga enthusiast and lives in London after two years in picturesque Scotland. Design Chakra and Mala jewels, customizable on request.
Then there is Ellen Owen of “AzureAllure“, an artist from Birmingham who studied Fine Arts at the University of Coventry. She made graphics and design her starting point for the creation of jewelry, transforming this hobby into her work.
So this month the prize isn’t just one, but two! What kind? Find out by spying on the Instagram accounts of these two artists: @rudrakshagems.co.uk & @azureallureandmore.
Photos ©Jen Theodore