Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Omada dance show at Beau Plan

On Saturday evening we were super inspired by the magnificent dance show at Beau Plan ........Cecile Gonzales' creation.
Her personal power just blows me away every time and I feel privileged to know such a talented and dedicated artist. She is a master of her craft and the artist I most admire and appreciate. Her energy and vibration really touches my heart.

The dancers showed us their personal styles, their individuality and their versatility in a short space of magnificent time.  Here are a few pics just to get an idea.

Then, on Sunday evening after Torin's violin lesson, Tovi and Skander piled a bunch of Udu's into the car and went to join a little jam session at Le Phare Kiltir Loft. Skander enjoyed joining in with the violin. Thank you Menwar, Eddy and friends for the special jazzy evening of improvisation and chilled out musical magic. Sorry I don't have pics to share yet, but in the meantime, here is a picture of Torin and Skander at her violin lesson at Mystica Art studio and Tovi's  latest crazy Udu.......'The Pipe Dream'.......

So, it was a weekend full of beautiful and creative people just doing their thing, with great passion!

Monday, 3 November 2014

The Art of living in our Environment - the natural man

Today, I just have to share this beautiful story.
A simple man and his family are living so directly with their resources.
With our modern life-style we have moved so far away from the essence, so far away from the simple things that sustain us. We have no idea where most of the food on our table comes from, or the furniture in our houses, or virtually anything we own. Imagine if we could trace each one of our possessions to where they originate? Who made them, harvested them, cut, sewed, sorted, picked, built them? What do their lives look like?
The coffee we drink each morning, the clothes we put on, the toothpaste, the cereal, the medications, the shoes? We have absolutely no connection with the source of anything we use anymore.

But maybe I am a little off the subject.......although it is all connected.

What I really want to share is this little story, or BIG story I should say.
A simple man, who did not need to go to university and earn a degree, attend conferences and summits, to know what the environment needs.

Watch for yourself and let me know what you think. To me, it is SUPER inspiring. It makes me happy and sad at the same time. Why can't we all be busy with nurturing rather than destroying?
We are mostly unaware of the destruction we are supporting by feeding our every day habits.

Take a look: