• R E M E M B E R • . Integrating your wounds is essential to knowing what your gifts are for this world, of that there can be no mistake. There is also a pure, innocent aspect of yourself that knows exactly where you came from in the spirit world, why you took a human form, and what your reason for being embodied is. This piece is crucial to braid into relation with your inner wounding so that you may uncover the secret to your unique purpose. . It is also worth mentioning that you must turn towards this wound, beginning to heal it, to truly uncover this secret. By turning towards what you awaken to the fact that the very medicine you need to heal and find is inherently in the wound. This in fact, renders the wound sacred. . The world is waiting for you to re-member yourself to it. You are not here by some mere accident.
This is a lovely slender walking stick which would suit a taller lady or gent. To enhance the natural beauty of the wood I have made this into an item of cultural signifigance as it is inscribed with a very old and little known faction fighting poem from Kerry, which dates from 1740 and was written by Murroch O Connor. It goes like this. Before Desmoneans would their cudgels yield, with spailpins they would try the doubtful field; no scimitar can pierce that hardend wood, which many a fight at fairs and patrons stood; a broken skull ensues at every stroke, they’ll bend with blows but never can be broke. Oft I have seen two landlords at a fair, where tenants with their sheep and cows repair; A quarrel first betwixt themselves create. Then urge their clans to end the fierce debate; Off go hats and coats, the fight begins. Some strike the heads, while others strike the shins. The winding cudgels round their foreheads play, they need no leaders to begin the fray. Where ere the brave O Donoghues engage, well known with cudgels, such brave fights to wage; All must submit to their stiffening blows, unless the O Sullivans their sticks oppose; then victory on either side divides; no emnity in either partys seen, Till the next meeting on some neighbouring green. #anbatacam#hamdmade#stickswithstories#irishdesign#kerry#poetry#craft#factionfighting#culture#history#heritage DM for enquiries and custom pieces.
Dhunochi naach . Durga pujo is everything that a celebration entails . The colors , the galore ,fun ,food, friends , family and the list goes on and on . This dance called Dhunochi ( a clay pot consisting of burning camphor, coconut fibres , chunks of wooden splitters) dance is a perfect amalgamation of rhythm , beats , strength and the quintessential bong fervor ! They say its just another festival , I say its my kind of high ! Abar esho ma ! #durgapujo#dhunochinaach#kolkatargolpo#calcuttacanvas#dance#mypassion#women#strength#love#culture#indiatravels#unesco#nostalgia#bongdiaries#bangaliyana#cityofjoy#mykindofhigh#abareshoma#aschebochorabarhobe#24hrstv#bongdiaries#alwaysabong#yadevi#life#joysoflife#traditions#indiantraditions#adda#heritage#biba#women’sworld#kolkata#cityofjoy
"This event gets bigger and better every year" Adrian Stallings of the North Carolina Music Hall Of Fame was recently a guest on 'Underexposed" with host Divakar Shukla on 106.5 The End (Sunday's from 8pm-10pm) where he talks about the history of the North Carolina Music Hall Of Fame and their upcoming 2019 Induction Ceremony Presented by Bank OZK on October 17th from the historic Gem Theatre in Kannapolis, North Carolina. Listen below Make sure to buy your tickets to North Carolina's premier musical event by going to www.NorthCarolinaMusicHallofFame.org @divakar_media @1065theend @comehearnc @ncartscouncil @visitcabarrus @bankozk @9thwonder @officialbigdaddykane @immitcheaster #underexposed#honor#unite#preserve#northcarolina#music#history#heritage#ncmhof#ncmhof_museum #ncmusic