2012 is playing out as the 'year of clear'. I'm happy to announce that I've moved back to the Northeast; the New York City region, to be exact, as of October 1. I'm building my consulting business, increasing my client base and living closer to dear family and friends. So, New York, what's up? What's new?!!
After 9/11, I felt I had to try someplace new. I said my good-byes and moved to Southern California and I thought I would never return.
But then the light changed. And life is always shifting, like sand underfoot. I scanned the ocean for news from the universe: should I stay -- or should I go home? Movement matters, and... what's that saying? "We never enter the same river twice." When I remembered that, I decided it was time to come home. What's old will be new.
I feel I know the best of New York's glittering, spiraling center. There is endless nuance in the people, patterns and rhythms. Every color is reflected in every face, familiar and new. Life and work take on a kaleidoscopic, ever-changing light.
So I hope to make a difference here again. I'm pulled toward new ideas, and I hope they will lead to new clients and projects. My work portfolio is online at www.sandrakilpatrickjordan.com. Maybe I can help your business. How can I help you?
"Ever-newer waters flow on those who step into the same rivers," says a translation of the Ancient Greek philosophy of Heraclitus, 535 – c. 475 BC. Yes, I looked up the saying. Driving through farmlands back to the city this weekend, the harvest moon cast its discriminating glow. And I realized: sometimes you search for the answers. And sometimes you just know.