July 22, 2014

Lazy Sundays Lead to Anis Mojgani

There really is nothing like a lazy Sunday. Rolling out of bed around eleven to drink coffee and read the Sunday Times for a few hours. Birds are singing, there's a warm breeze, and if you sit in the shade your body cools to an almost perfect temperature. The most amazing thing about a lazy Sunday is when you find the time to follow the inspiration trail.
As I scrolled through Instagram, I stopped on a beautiful picture by Shelby Robinson (@shelbzrobinson), a Midwest creative, who's account I just recently discovered. She has one of those accounts where after seeing the first three pictures you immediately follow because you can't wait to see what she'll post next. Well, she delivered.

Underneath this delicate picture, she quoted Anis Mojgani, a spoken word poet.

"I want my words and actions to be the quantification of my love. To make tangible the passions in my heart for the world and the people in it."

Reading his words were one thing. Now, listening, that's a whole other experience. My attention was instantly caught as I sat up to hear his words. I hope it does the same for you.

To learn more about Anis Mojgani, check out his website, thepianofarm.com. I cannot wait to dive deeper into his art. 

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