Perfecting The Art Of Practice

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The Art Of Practice

Honour, author of The Art of Practice, understands that life is about more than just accumulating knowledge—it is also about the practice and use of that said knowledge; and without one, the other is useless. And so it is that we have Honour’s blog, a blog about life and lessons learned, observations and practices, offered through conversation and poetry and storytelling, with a strong emphasis on the human element and human interaction.

The Art Of Practice – Why You Should Go

Honour is a character of interest because she harbors a distinct love/hate relationship with the internet and technology. Like so many she sees it on one hand as the innovative communication tool and outreach opportunity that it is; but on the other it is yet another thing that allows us to distance ourselves from living.

That same love/hate conundrum is what led her to blogging in the first place; that, and a disdain for the diced and chopped snippets that human interaction is becoming through dominant social networking sites. Her solution to the problem as she sees it is blogging: “I figure if I’m going to stay in touch with people via the electronic media, I might as well make it as human as possible. Expose you to all of life’s ups and downs – my hopes and my fears (paranoias?) – all of my wishes and reflections. You might as well know the semblance of who I want to be or how I delude myself into thinking who I am … no categories, no checkboxes, just a stream of consciousness.”

Summing Up The Art Of Practice

Much of what Honour brings to us is contemplation, delivered in the various formats listed above. This is a refreshing way to spur you into thought while being entertained a bit along the way, without the pressure of too much discussion, with the benefit of a thoughtful poem or story. And a refreshing reminder that there is more to life than knowledge and electronics, and that living is a real, careful balance of these and many other factors.

Go here to check out The Art of Practice.

Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017


4 Responses to “Perfecting The Art Of Practice”

  1. Honour Says:


    Just wanted to drop a line and thank you for the very thoughtful and perceptive review! It is so interesting to hear someone else’s perspective on my blogging adventure. I appreciate you dropping by (and appreciate Lydia for recommending it).

    Warm regards,

  2. Mary Ward Says:

    Very interesting to read your blog, too! You are welcome!

  3. Tina Hunter Says:

    Just wanted to let you know that the link to this site has changed.



  4. Mary Ward Says:

    Thanks so much for the update!

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