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My new project is shaping up

Like women all over this world and other sunkissed dominions, I love jewelry, so I have come up with an inventory of light reflected from the glorious shine of this Treasure trove of gems and pearlshttps://pearlovski.home.blog/

We all love the story of a treasure found by chance and imagination.

In my culture, hidden treasures flicker on a magic night in the midst of summer. We call this night, The night of Sânziene. They are gracious fairies with magic powers. Also Sânziană is a flower called Lady’s Bedstraw.
Legend has it that on this night one can listen to animals talking with human voice and catch glimpses (if lucky) of the mysterious sheen of the unknown, unfathomable trove of treasures waiting impatiently to be found.

The treasure I am about to present here is not found but forged with toil, sweat, craft and the imagination of a treasure seeker. Swarovski crystals and amazing water-cherished pearls sparkle along with semi-precious stones like amethyst, citrine, opal, larimar, mother-of-pearl and whatnot…

PEARLOVSKI – Delicate luster as a weapon – handcrafted in Romania

Romanian mythology is enchanting.

Happy Women’s Day!

Alphonse Mucha – Studio photography

Storytelling is a big deal

“Storytelling has always been a big deal for companies.
But forget business for a minute. Stories are much bigger than that, they’re central to our human existence.” – gapinvoid

Stories are about people, not about business, not about products. Behind every successful business, there is a person whose heart trembled with fear, apprehension and disappointment. Behind any product there is a set of questions one bluntly asks in desperation and determination. We don’t really have all the answers to all questions but if we weave them into a story, maybe we can touch the answers with some words.
We write stories to survive and sur-thrive.

“Language is a skin: I rub my language against the other. It is as if I had words instead of fingers, or fingers at the tip of my words. My language trembles with desire.”
– Roland Barthes, “Talking,” in A Lover’s Discourse, 1977

But with such setting, what is there to write about?
… The perfection of a stolen moment far from the madding crowd:

credit @james_mcdonald_photography
• Harry’s Bar London

Iulia Halatz
She says: “Be the one who cares, make words so disruptive that they create new worlds, hopes and dreams. Even if we are unhappy dinosaurs and find shelter in an Iron Tale or ruminate about feeling too much, whilst declaring colorless apparel, we should take power and strength from our stories.”
Her published poems can be found in The Sudden Denouement Anthology Volume I.

We write

We tell each other stories in order to survive and sur-thrive.

Storytelling is a magic realm. We are lucky to spend here a large chunk of our time.

What kind of letters do we write from the land of storytelling?
Life stories strangled in magnanimous stanzas build on love, fear, equanimity, and on the wizardry of sundowns and sunups.

Cover letters that tell stories of passion, dedication, failure and success, web content and presentations about a world of our own choosing built around something that we ourselves have created.

“We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the treasure of our lives.” – Toni Morrison

Art by Franz von Stuck.