After doing a 30 Day Help-A-Thon, where I tried (unsuccessfully, mind you) to help a different person, everyday, for 30 days straight, I thought maybe 30 Days of Gratitude might be in order. We often, at least I do, get so caught up in moving forward, in what we want and don’t have, that we can lose sight of what we already have and what’s in front of us, what’s important to us right now. So…
30 Days of Gratitude start today.
In honor of Julius Shulman, who seemed like a wonderful, optimistic and grand spirit (of course I watched Visual Acoustics and yes, I cried at the end, tearing up now) – I am grateful for the creatives whose spirits drive them to illuminate that which we may otherwise never see, that inspire us, that touch us – sometimes grazing ephemerally and other times enduringly so, often in spite of themselves.