Jo-Anne Gordon

About Jo-Anne Gordon

I am South African born with a heart for adventure. A surfer girl who loves the ocean, the warm sun and the way the sea salt thickens my hair and sticks to my skin. I have been on the most amazing spiritual journey since 2004. I am a dreamer, a deep thinker and I love to write. I am most fascinated by black and white photography and my favourite moments in life are the ones spent in fits of laughter with my beautiful friends. Always seeking, always learning and always aspiring to a fully present life rooted in love.

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“Make glorious, amazing mistakes. Do not freeze, do not stop and do not worry…whatever it is…make your mistakes. Forever and ever!” Neil Gaiman She understood that in this life, mistakes were going to be made. Somewhere along the way, however, she had come to believe that there was a high […]

The Grounds of Grace

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“The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek.” Joseph Campbell My cave is called uncertainty. I try to avoid this place by most measures. I imagine it to be crowded with a chattering chaos of unanswered questions. Of its size I can’t be sure, I want to […]

A Way of Walking

“Make the most of your regrets; never smother your sorrow, but tend and cherish it till it comes to have a separate and integral interest. To regret deeply is to live afresh.” Henry David Thoreau Oh, Regret! You have such a weighty entrance as you step into the arena of […]

Regret is an excellent teacher.

We look up at the same stars and see such different things. George R.R. Martin Something interesting happens when the word ‘create’ is used instead of the word ‘make.’ Have you ever tried this? Even though the words have a similar meaning, I am amazed at how my thoughts are […]

Make versus Create