Is there any doubt that Tamara’s daughter has passion? Passion’s energy is so perfectly depicted in this photo!
Welcome to Passion week. This week is about having passion clearly depicted in our lives!
PASSION – a fervent or extravagant fondness, enthusiasm, or desire for anything;
experience of strong love or sexual desire.
January tells us, “Passion yearns for us as well.”
Passion by January Handl
Somehow passion comes from yearning…
like the dancing shadows on the floor,
there is a hint of moving objects
and signs of the source of light and love,
but we are mesmerized by the beauty
of the nuance and symbols,
entranced away from truly seeing
the strength of the sun.
Passion springs forth
but with radiant vision.
Without clamorous sound
but with choral vibration.
Without halting words
but with voice and power.
Without tentative touch
but with tremendous connection.
Passion yearns for us as well
as we yearn for it-
the longing for release
and relinquishing hesitations;
silencing the inner-critics admonitions
then jumping into the fire of knowing
with both feet,
hair flying back, with the wind sending
exhilaration and joy
deliciousness and righteousness
into a fermented
mingle with the sudden
absence of time, place or past
no -future rushing toward us
just this endless moment
we were born for this.
Yes! We were born for passion!
So what is it for you? What brings you the most exhilaration and joy? What things cause you to lose track of time? What is it that calls to you?
This week our Bliss Initiative is to answer the call of our passions.
Tell me, what is calling you?
Tamara and January are here each Monday to help set the mood for the week!
Tamara Magnitsky, a child of the wild blue yonder,
has been an ardent student and advocate for poetry, photography and excellence in general.
She is the mother of a 6 year old daughter and a beloved wife.
She can be found most days.
Bio written by Cary Brosius ~Tamara’s husband 🙂
January Handl is first and always a mother, has been a preschool teacher and parent educator for 25 years. She is currently the Director/head teacher at Gazebo Park School, and lives at Esalen Institute in Big Sur. She lives simply in awe of existence.
She calls her photo “hot tub bliss” 🙂