Greetings to you all …. With the advent of April we see the world transitioning into different seasons . For those of us living in the Southern Hemisphere the autumnal air has brought with it the rain and much needed reprieve from the heat of the relentless summer …
The intention of today’s writing is to share the depth of work done by one of the artists who had displayed his unique piece on the Waiheke sculpture trail.
The work was titled solidarity – the art show cased group of humans standing – with purpose – with unity – kinship – connection .
I was fascinated that the artist had created each of the figures as they individually stand tall – proud and strong –
They seemed to be standing alone yet their poise -reflected a the sense of connection to their core selves while simultaneously highlighting the strength that comes with belonging — purpose and togetherness
As a practitioner I affirm for my clients to stay connected to their core selves- this is about knowing what we like what we don’t like and identifying values that aspire us to feel think and do better
Connection to our core selves paves the way for kinship to others –
Value based connection to our core selves allows to bring in the right kind of people into our lives –
Where we then strive towards
Sense of Purpose
Maoridom celebrates the spirit of solidarity as Kotahitanga – and I am delighted to share my thoughts with you all
I am grateful to have had the opportunity to visit this sculpture trail – and I highly recommend the experience as truly gratifying🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀