Devotion Looks Like Boundaries

Really enjoying getting to know The Lewicki Agency and the posts there…  Previously I shared a post from them about “lower case art” that I loved.  Their take on individual creative forms gave me courage to continue my humble expressions here…  my dialogue of the wonders I find in the world.

To continue this creative endeavor requires devotion and boundaries and I’m finding more and more that making time for these connections, devotions, deepenings and gratitudes is rewarding and fulfilling time spent.

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The Lewicki Agency’s site posted these words as they relate to devotion and boundaries.

(Here’s their site link to explore more of their writing: http://thelewickiagency.com/devotion-looks-like-boundaries/)

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 “Devotion looks like boundaries.

It’s not devotion if you are fully available for everything that asks for your attention.

Let us know you by showing us what you are most devoted to. Actively represent your priorities. Take the option to compromise or diminish your devotion off the table.

Reserve the space in advance and you’ll always have it.

Consider the freedom that comes with having a standing reservation for your creativity. Or anything else you’re devoted to. It’s the freedom to experiment. It’s the freedom to explore.

It’s the freedom to take a creative risk today because you know you have another reservation to try again tomorrow.”

-The Lewicki Agency – website, inspiring writing there – see link above!

 

 

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