During this world wide quarantine - We have an opportunity to sit with ourselves. To quietly reflect on our friendships, relationships, jobs, bodies, Etc. As scary as this may seem the earth is finally taking a breath to recover and giving us an opportunity to grow. Never loose hope. There is so much good all around us. Even in isolation. We create the change we wish to see.
Let the sunshine in. Love, Love, Love
Sometimes fear stops us from taking our first steps. Self created judgments and barriers holding us back from our limitless potential. Sometimes plans change. I had been planning an adventure to Japan but recently my travel plans changed. Instead I want to devote the time to my craft, tying up loose ends from last year, Projects, self work, and actualize a lot of the self work I have been practicing the last few years. I don't always know what will happen next - Life is a never ending adventure and sometimes our directions change. Be open, Keep believing, and Love with everything you have. My mom recently reminded me "That even in the darkest moments the light always finds a way to crack through" I felt like
There is no place I would rather be than outside. I have always loved nature and my experience in Florida was absolutely spectacular. - Fan boats, Gators, Manatees, The wildlife in Florida reminds me of something in a dream...........
My adventure to Florida wasn't a typical party occasion. I stayed in a Travel Van - and explored the everglades although I did have one night out in Miami. We got extremely lucky with with the wild manatee heard we were filming with, Paddling 20 miles with heavy gear and I have never met such kind folks along the way. I felt truly blessed for this amazing incredible adventure.
Kirra Moon is from a small town in Northern California. She believes that art is an important way to show appreciation for our planet. She values the ability to feel emotions deeply because they can be the catalyst for change. Kirra received a diploma from the North Coast Preparatory Performing Arts Academy with an additional IB artist diploma before choosing to study theatre in New York and Los Angeles. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The American Musical Dramatic Academy and continues to explore the creative process. Two phrases that best describe her are “forever free” and “ a la mode.”