inspiration, quotes, rumi

3 Life Changing Rumi Quotes

I hope you EnJOY these Rumi quotes as much as I did. I took time to add them to these images to enhance the beauty of them. I hope you will also share these if it moves you to do so. I am of the opinion that sharing things like this can have a huge impact on making the world a more loving place. I feel this is of benefit especially right now. I hope you will join me on my quest to Inspire and to spread JOY. The images are lovely to share on Pinterest too!

“Everything that is made beautiful and fair and lovely is made for the eye of one who sees”. Rumi
“Stop acting so small. You are the Universe in ecstatic motion.’ Rumi

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“You were born with wings, why prefer to crawl through life?” Rumi
art, artists, Awakening, Creativity

The Real Work of Your Life

A Poem by Rumi called: “Say Yes Quickly”

Inside you there’s an artist you don’t know about…. Is what I say true? Say yes quickly, if you know, if you’ve known it from before the beginning of the universe.”

Rumi

We are all artists because we are all creators. I have come to believe that our job here on earth is to create. We create life. We create worlds. We create our reality. We create physical things. We create music. We create beauty. We create inspiration. We create through words. We create through song. We create through play. We create meals. We create emails. :- We create vacations. We create OUR life. We create mud pies 🙂 … You get the idea. We create. We create. We create!

I encourage you to embrace the creator within in. I encourage you to unleash your unbridled creative spirit in some form that inspires you.

Here is a link to a blog post I wrote in the past about being your own artist:

https://maggieholbik.blog/2018/12/06/the-artist-in-all-of-us/

And another:

https://maggieholbik.blog/2019/02/11/waking-up-up-and-up-to-our-creativity/

Maggie Holbik.com is a powerful creator who has embraced this fact. She loves to create and inspire through her words and pictures. That is her favorite art form.

A woman holding a pen and creating through words.