Saturday, January 20, 2007

Change, yoga

I’m working with change, not a change that I in any way can do, but a change I try to stay open to. I love this quote: "And the day came when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom." ~Anaïs Nin
It is willingness to change, not just wanting it. After experiencing it, the difference between wanting to change, no matter how desperate this want is, and to be willing - appears.


Tiffanie said...

I tried to visit your other blog after you commented on mine, but it is invitation only.

Just wanted to see what you are about.


Jenni said...

Hi and welcome ;)
The other blog is a student project, witch I closed, but haven't got the heart to deleate it yet,,, Guess this is al I'm about right now, working up my curage to be a truthfull blogger.

Camilla said...

It's always hard to "kill your darlings" as these blogs have become to us ... have you thought of using the other blog for this next semester?

Jenni said...

No, the other blog is dedicated to that class and project. I think this blog will be about all sides of me, I found that it's not so good for me, to split up different sides of me on different blogs. I will try to keep it all here, even though I have all kinds of fear about scaring someone away. (hey,, let them run;)

Camilla said...

I've thought of the same myself ... of maybe making a second blog about paganism and the resources I find on that subject. But I think you're right; in a way, using just one blog for everything gives a very accurate idea of the complex people we are - and yes, let them run ;)