Follow Your Inner Moonlight

Inner Moonlight Quote Art

Crazy long weekend. Family time. And a meeting of friends too: I had a lovely brunch with Faye. Talked about writing and life. We have a lot in common. We both take a similar approach to the day-to-day: that you have to grab life by the… well, whatever’s handy—and make the most of it. Especially creatively.

Never mind what others say about you or what your inner editor whines. The key to success is trusting the madness and embracing what makes you unique.

Reminded me of a favorite quote. One I needed to remember. And so, I ended up doing a little art therapy and the image heading this post was the result.

Also, while I’m at it: more about Allen Ginsberg here.

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Filed under Art, Beliefs, Creativity, Friendship, Graphic Design, Inspiration, Journal, Psychology, Quotes

10 responses to “Follow Your Inner Moonlight

  1. I dote on his poems. Thank you for sharing this post!

  2. Love the creation and love you!

  3. The image reminds me of a cirque look *smiles* .. and the Art Therapy … you are part of that too? (I like the bird on the branch thing…but I do not think it is yours?)

    • karengadient

      I love those Cirque shows. 🙂 Nope, not a part of the Art Therapy site, but I agree with their ideas and I believe creativity can be healing.

  4. Fun day. It’s good to have friends like that. There aren’t enough of them.

    • karengadient

      I find there’s enough of them… it’s just that we’re all too far away from each other most of the time. What we need is instant travel! But we’re still so lucky to have the internet. It’s a good time to be alive.

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