By Bernadette A. Moyer
Seeking white spaces, places, people and things yet to be explored, white spaces with no expectations, and no history and there is nothing good nor nothing bad just looking for new white spaces.
Recently I find myself becoming more excited about what is yet to be explored rather than the familiar been there and done that. Seeking and searching for those moments yet to be defined.
Embracing white noise, that sacred space where you can reflect, think, create, imagine and dream. I am seeking brand new blank canvases yet to be determined and ready to be created upon. I am pulling out new pages that are ready for words, writing and creating anew.
Recently I was appreciating my husband’s coloring book and commented on the uncolored areas and he stated so eloquently “not everything has to be colored” and I immediately thought about the importance of those white areas. How they are there for imagination, how they are there to promote the other colored areas and how those white spaces have an importance all their own.
So much of our life is defined as the years roll on by and yet we don’t know just how much we don’t know. There is always something more to learn, something new to create and something more to place upon our white spaces.
White spaces are those sacred spaces and places where you can breathe again and breathe new, white spaces where you can imagine and stop, think and appreciate again. White spaces that don’t necessarily have to be filled in but can be appreciated for the simplicity that they hold on their own or are yet to be determined.
When we mediate on the color white, white that represents peace we are mediating for peace. Happy white spaces … seek them out as often as you can, enjoy them for what they are and what they just might become. Happy and healthy white spaces …
(Written and created on the white spaces and white sandy beach at Daytona Beach Shores, Easter 2018)
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