As if knitting a shawl, a sweater, a life . . .

Do the work.

Do it steadily, as if knitting a shawl, a sweater, a life.

Do it simply, as if you were the thread, crossing, one stitch at a time, from needle to needle.

Do it with purpose, holding lightly in your awareness, the image of the finished work.

From time to time, set your work aside and celebrate how far you’ve come – how many rows have been placed, one atop the other.

Rest. Nourish. Quench.

Repeat.

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  • Christine Harris
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    I love the simple clarity of this. I especially like the one stitch at a time idea. And I like the concept of doing it purpose holding it lightly in my awareness. Beautiful!!

  • Tamara G. Suttle
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    Hi, Amy!

    Your old friend, Christine Joy Harris, was speaking about you this last week in our consultation group and directed me to your beautiful website.

    Thank you for sharing your gifts with us all.

    The simplicity and clarity of your work and your heart take my breath away.

    This post . . . these words . . . are so eloquent and perfectly explain each of our “next steps.”

    I look forward to following your work.

    • Amy Oscar
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      Thank you, Tamara! How lovely to hear from you – and to read your kind words about my work. I look forward to connecting with you, too.

  • Deb M
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    Yes, do the work. And also share the work, as you do, Amy. Doing the work, for me, is a whole lot easier that putting the work – in progress or finished – out hanging in the world of public scrutiny. Thank you for your refreshing openness.

  • Bernard Charles
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    Ohhh yes. This is perfect for the new moon vibes going on and with my devotion to raising harmony in the world. Holding peace. Showing gratitude. And sharing magic.

    • Amy Oscar
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      And you ARE doing just that – your vibes are echoing into the world, ripples of bright color and light. Sharing gratitude for YOU – and the magic you bring to us all.

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