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Math on the Moon - Journal
Math on the Moon - Journal
Math on the Moon - Journal
Math on the Moon - Journal
Math on the Moon - Journal

Math on the Moon - Journal

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Math on the Moon - Journal
A sacred space for your creative journey.

Get your creative juices flowing with Pi Luna's art journals. Use them to write, draw, paint, or create to your heart's desire. Select a size and paper type to meet your unique style. You also have the option to include the following inspirational story at the beginning of the journal:

Story:

There is intelligence in the moon. As the moon orbits the earth, it pulls the ocean with it. When the moon is close, the tide rises. The waves are high and come close to the shore. When the moon is far, the water recedes and becomes quiet.

The moon is the master of water. Although we are not as vast as the ocean, our bodies are about 60% water. We, too, have tides, cycles, and rhythms. It's natural to be cyclical, yet our society's expectations and systems are often about consistency. Be productive all the time. Be abundant and grow all the time. And so on ... It's unnatural and, therefore, unsustainable.

When I teach financial literacy classes, and especially classes to business owners, I often mention the wave. Sometimes we are busy and earn a lot. Other times we are slow, and money becomes tight.

If we learn to work with it, the wave can be the key to sustainable and healthy businesses. By saving a portion of our earnings during the high tide, we can use those savings during the low tide. This allows us to relax when things are slow and use the time to get organized, take care of the administrative tasks, create new products, and so on. Then when we're busy again, we can enjoy the abundance because we've taken care of the logistics. Each cycle's highs and lows support one another. We align with the rhythms of nature, and this becomes the path to sustainability.

Math on the Moon
Artwork and story by Pi Luna
Inspired by source photography by Raven Siker