If you had to weave a tapestry of your life so far, would you be happy with resulting artwork?
Considering the fact that I've lived this long with zero interest in learning more than the basics of sewing and zero interest in spending my time doing something like weaving tapestries, it's safe to assume that my lack of skill and patience for that particular project would yield some pretty horrible results.
Joking aside, however, the colors of the thread (or yarn, or whatever would be used for the project - I don't know which lol) that I have in my supply are colors and textures that I'm fairly certain would result in a tapestry I'd be with happy with.
That's not saying I'm all that thrilled with many elements associated with my life, but if we've been fortunate enough to find ourselves with a nice supply and variety of colors and textures we can choose which ones to use where and how. (We can also choose to learn a little something about the skill of weaving.)
The other thing is (when we've been blessed with a nice supply of colors and textures) we don't need to go around looking to borrow or steal colors for our own tapestry, which is, I think, what some folks who, for some reason, come up short of colors/textures often do.
My tapestry would not be perfect. No life-tapestry of any decent length/size is. Again, though, while lucking out and finding oneself with a nice supply of beautiful colors/textures is nice; I think what may make the difference between a tapestry we don't like and one we do is how we choose to use those colors/textures.
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