Well, for those who could not come to the show, here it is and I like it because it goes with the whole idea of change, change for the better that is. Lot's of things change but unless there's help it always changes for the worse. Leave food out on the kitchen shelf and it becomes, not better but moldy, smelly and scary. Out it goes into the garbage. Forget to take your car into the garage for that oil change it will also continue to change, but not for the better. The next thing that happens is you will "have" to bring it in because the moter has siezed, died and gone to moter heaven.
As you can see in the photo's the chair has a bouquet of swords turning into feathers! Morphing from a military cutting instrument, to something warm, fuzy, soft and nurtureing.
It reminds me I have to work at how I invest, for example, my time. For example my time is limited, 24 hours per day. That's it. If I don't invest it well the return will be poor, or of little or no value. Once this minute I'm writing here is past, it's past forever. What will the return for these minutes be? Was it worh it? Will there be a return?
So, I like this piece now. It's a reminder that I must be proactive to chose how I spend, no "invest" my time. I must plan to invest my time well. If I don't make the effort, just let it happen, it will not happen. It will just get worse. Without thinking about it my investments will get worse and worse. My life could begin to spiral out of control and one day I'll have a dramatic momet with a siezed moter of life. Then, and only then will I be forced to look back on my minutes, hours and days and realize I wasted my chance to invest my time into something that would bring a much better return.
Let this chair remind us to invest every minute in a good way, bringing about postive change and joy into or lives for now and the future.