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Kihelakayo – Keep Going

The theme for this week’s Mindful Art Workshop is Kihelakayo – Keep Going

“A young man asked his Lakota grandfather what the answer was to life’s difficulties. Kihelakayo said the old man – we must keep going.”  Joseph M Marshall III

Keep Going by Amanda Muise

Keep Going by Amanda Muise
“I am thankful for a safe place to express.”

Leaves by Orlando “I am thankful for this group. I am thankful for friends.”

Leaves by Orlando
“I am thankful for this group. I am thankful for friends.”

Mauley by WSM “I am thankful for being alive.”

Mauley by WSM
“I am thankful for being alive.”

An apple a day keeps the doctor away by Roxanne “I am thankful for life. I am thankful for my tooth feeling better. I am thankful for my granddaughter coming over to dance, I am dancing even with a cane!”

An apple a day keeps the doctor away by Roxanne
“I am thankful for life. I am thankful for my tooth feeling better. I am thankful for my granddaughter coming over to dance. I am dancing even with a cane!”

Five Keys by Chris “I am thankful for being here and taking this class.”

Five Keys by Chris
“I am thankful for being here and taking this class.”

Acorns by Mickey “I am thankful for being here with people to have fun with.”

Acorns by Mickey
“I am thankful for being here with people to have fun with.”

Blanca by Orlando

Blanca by Orlando

3 comments on “Kihelakayo – Keep Going

  1. Amanda S
    October 28, 2013

    These are beautiful works of art – every single one!
    I am so amazed with the artistic skills and vision that each of you have drawn upon to create these lovely pieces!
    I feel inspired to create myself, and I think that is part of why we create, to inspire both ourselves and others!
    Thank you so much for sharing and inspiring!

  2. Mindful Art for Brain Injury: Exploring the art of stamps, prints and journaling
    October 29, 2013

    Hi Amanda, thanks for leaving us a comment. I will read this to the group this week for inspiration! It’s contagious that way – the cycle of inspiration. Something inside ourselves wanting to express and speaks to something inside someone else who understand those unspeakable words.
    ~Amee

    • Amanda S
      November 11, 2013

      🙂 Wonderful, thanks!

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