How I stay that way is by finding things I feel passionate about and engaging in them.
I have known for a long time that I will never die of boredom --to many things I want to do and am doing that keep me focused and in that zone of inner peace.
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My days are now spent mostly in my art studio, because I'm addicted to the process. My house is getting filled quickly- the walls are covered, floor space in the studio is at a premium, and ideas come faster than I have time to complete them.
Most people bring a beach chair, umbrella, and beach bag filled with stuff like suntan lotion, a book or Frisbee as their beach essentials. I bring an almost empty backpack, filled with copper wire and jewelry pliers and cutters. Sitting in a chair sunbathing isn't for me, instead my preference is taking long walks looking for discarded pieces of interest.
This past summer I collected probably 20 pounds of broken shells and rocks to use in making jewelry. The picture above shows the broken shell as the pendant base. It was covered with metallic paints. The bail was made from a textured piece of polymer clay. Old hardware was added as embellishments.
Finding something to engage in that you feel passionate about pulls you into the Inner Peace zone and when you are there, be aware, the SYMPTOMS OF INNER PEACE sneak up on you!