A Primitive ‘Cave’ in Vermont?
There’s a farm up the road from me that has a mural that reminded me of the primitive paintings found in southern France in 1940.
I got to thinking about were these drawings ancient vision boards? Were they inspiration for a primitive people, helping them to aspire to something greater in life? More importantly, what inspires us?
I know for me if I were to create a vision board it would be full of sketches of 18th-century houses. I share an interesting one with you as well. (So click below to watch!)
What would be your “cave painting”? How do we keep reaching for the unreachable? Come and join me here in Vermont and discover how you might find your inspiration today!
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Donna, as I listened to your essay on Vision boards and envisioning, I kept hearing the line from Bobby Browning, “Ah, but a man’s reach (or a woman’s reach!) should exceed his grasp, or what’s a heaven for?” And I’m straining toward my vision. Thank you again for making me think and feel!
I love that line. A great reminder that we must dream big and believe! My belief has been wavering a bit. Just need to trust God’s plan, for I know it will be an awesome one for us both!! Hugs!