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Sunday, September 21, 2008

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Leslie Garcia

Dear Roz,
Oh... how amamzing your photographs are! I think your tree is showing a change of seasons in just the perfect way. I Love the book SIMPLE ABUNDACE!
Enjoy this Sunday.
Leslie

Darla

What a thought provoking post Roz. Not to mention it is filled with beautiful photo's. It has been awhile since I pulled out my copy of S.A., I'm going to go looking for it.

You've inspired me to think about where I am and where I'm going.

Darla

LadyLauraKay

Isn't it "funny" how September seems to be the perfect month for making resolutions? I always considered September the start of a new year, a new leaf, rather than January. I always felt a little out of step with the rest of the world who followed the calendar instead of their enternal clock. I though I was a little strange in my beliefs and attributed it to a carryover from my schoolgirl days (Sept. beging the start of a new school year) until I learned about the Jewish calendar and how the end of September is the beginning of the new year!
Funny how we "know" things instinctfully without knowing the reason behind it.

Britt-Arnhild

Turn a leaf - good luck to you.
I often feel that every day in the life of us diary writers is about turning leafs. Do you agree?

Eunice

Thank you for the insights, Roz. Fall has always been my favorite season, and I never knew why, but your post resonated with me. When I really thought about it, for me, it meant the dying out of the things no longer needed, and a season of possibilities ahead.

possumlady

Wonderful post! Just this past Friday evening I took out my Simple Abundance book to start rereading it, starting with September. It is so inspiring. Autumn is truly my favorite season. I don't find it depressing at all. As a single gal, and not much of a gardener, I look forward to putting my garden and yard to bed for the winter to concentrate on more creative inside activities.

Fran aka Redondowriter

What a marvelous and inspiring group of photos, Roz. And I love the turnaleaf concept for your practice. As you know, I went to Michaels and bought a display board for my vision board. When vertical, it is 36 x 48". Here's a link: http://www.michaels.com/art/online/displayArticle?articleNum=ae0278, As you know, I've been creating treasure maps at the beginning of each year for more than 20 years. It was Shakti Gawain's idea in Creative Visualization. The concepts are similar, but there is nothing new under the sun, is there? I'm glad the Secret got the concept out there to more people.

I'm looking forward to doing this in a brand new way with three whole months to do it in. Thanks for suggesting it.

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