Living in Tucson
I am feeling more and more home in Tucson. So far I discovered a lot of interesting places, attended a lot of local workshops and had a fun and crazy year 2018. Indeed, I was so busy with work, creating opportunities and keeping up with requests that I couldn’t post a lot of new input.
I still want to keep up this blog and refresh. 2018 was such a transitional year that I needed to reflect, pause and understand what the purpose of my posts should be.
I want to inspire and bring magick to daily life with my artwork and research. We often feel disconnected to our true nature or caught up in so many requests of our daily lives. I want to make a change in the reader and want to invite to discover a mindful approach of culture and art.
Tucson is a bliss for my soul and I never felt such a huge impact than here. Living in the desert is inspiring and I enjoy the broad wide range of desert. I never thought in my entire life that the desert is so fruitful and full of life and nurture. I learned that sometimes a real oasis can be in the middle of the desert.
So much for my love letter about Arizona. People might think this is crazy, but I just want to express my gratitude of experiencing the magic of the desert. In fact it is keeping me busy and inspired. Tucson is becoming more and more my home, even though I never imagined in my wildest dreams to ever live in a desert and go through these unbelievable hot summers.
I just want to share my lesson that I’ve learned: Sometimes the most magical oasis can just be found in the middle of nowhere. Every place has its own beauty and we have to be willing to find it and appreciate the daily little wonders that our home has to offer for us.