Craving Silence

Like most people, I get over-stimulated in our busy world of cell phones, television, advertisements, Internet, traffic, bills and junk mail, campaign speeches, and the list goes on.

I have to “decide” to carve out time for silence.  It’s worth it to me because, when I make silence a priority, ideas and inspiration began to flow through me; creativity is king (or queen, in my case).

I work better from the inside, out.  I find silence enriches my art, my writing, and my relationships because I set aside the early morning to read something inspirational, write my “morning pages” in my journal, and just sit quietly in appreciation.

I have found that the following is true for me:

“The quieter you become, the more you are able to hear and
Get into the room of Silence when you want to find the answer you’ve been searching for.”

Shhhhhhhhhhhhhh….   Love, Sharon