I seem to have lost my way for a bit. I had painstakingly planned out my finished product before I had even begun. Then, to make matters worse I compared my piece to others work. That is just not a good place to find yourself.
It was when I started to tangle an ensemble recently that I realized how far away from the Zentangle philosophy I had strayed. Away from the breathing, calm, relaxing enjoyment of following a string or not, filling that string with tangles, admiring your finished product, and learning that the outcome dosen't really matter it is the process that counts.
I suppose it is with all things that we have an idea how it should be. I have been reminded once again it is not where you are going, but the journey that you are on that matters. Feels better.
The challenge this week was a "Use My Tangle" which was brought to us by Jane MacKugler, CZT and you can find instructions for the tangle "Whys" on her blog here
This is my tile:
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