To speak well of another is a blessing to all.

To speak well

To speak well

Last week I posted this piece of Burlap art and asked what YOU see in it.

The comments I got back were mixed.

The first person to respond said she saw “Whimsy in action”.

The second person, a guy, saw a “A shrunken head with the mouth sewn shut”.

I also heard…”a smiling face with stage lights in front of it”, “a surprised face”, and “Neat”.

The truth about this project is that as whimsical as it is, the story behind it is a little bit sad.

I shot a short video explaining it. Like I’ve said, I’m still learning how to use the video camera on my new phone, so I appreciate your patience with the quality of it.

2013-12-07 18.17.37After speaking unforgivingly to a friend about another friend, I ended up ruining the friendship with both of them.

The lesson I learned was….”Be kind and keep a higher perspective, especially when you’re speaking to someone about someone else.”

What do you think, my friendly blog reader?

I’d love to read your thoughts in the comments below.

xoox Pam

In response to the stormy seas of life, my husband Blake and I have created this website to be a Current of Inspiration, a wave of love and joy to wash away hate and fear. By posting every week, it's our commitment to making our world a better place. We hope you find it uplifting and will share it with your friends! Thanks for stopping by! xoxo

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4 comments on “To speak well of another is a blessing to all.
  1. elsig says:

    Thank you Honey…good reflexion

  2. Thanks for your comment Elsig. I really appreciate you! xoxoxoxo

  3. See? THIS is why I love learning the stories behind the art. It looks so joyful and fun, but it comes from a place of a painful reminder.

    Beauty out of pain. Who knew?

  4. YES!! When it comes to art, there’s always more than meets the eye. Thanks Lisa! xoox

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