"That time of the year" is fast approaching, being just over five weeks away. Whilst the proposed festivities hold little relevance to me personally, what it does mean is that I will soon be faced with a couple of weeks with no income until the new calendar year rolls around and life returns to normal again. Little wonder then, when I heard that an exhibition showcasing the art of the late Lynne Sinclair Wood being organised for the Summer Solstice in Sydney, I felt torn.
|"Past and Future" by Lynne Sinclair Wood|
Lynne had played an important part in my own spiritual development and her sad passing in January 2011 is still felt. Naturally then, I wanted to attend. Realistically, however, the funds simply did not appear to be there. I could not justify spending the cost of the airfare to the logical part of myself who was already starting to stress about covering the "lean" time.
I have always been a believer of synchronicity in that if I was meant to go to something, then by some means, I will get there. And once again the Universe came to my aid via one of my dearest friends (who I originally met on Lynne's first tour to Britain over 20 years ago).
|Callanish Bones by Lynne Sinclair Wood|