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There most probably are droves of people who feel like I do at any given moment but it sure doesn't seem like it sometimes. Sometimes we do meet in that place of feeling but how can I be sure when you are not? And when we don't meet, where do I stand? My feelings have no facts and figures, no concrete proof, no readily available consensus to champion them. My feelings and aspirations rely upon me. And who am I without their telling and vital presence? Who am I without imagination and perception, language and connection, trust and protection, courage and reflection….. I need them all!

Pink is a new addition to ELA's learning tools and our arts-based ELA Certification Program curriculum.




  • Inspire thought, group discussion and insight.
  • Model the interplay of internal perception and communication.
  • Endorse the value of identifying feeling-based perceptions.
  • Encourage the practice of nuanced thinking for self and group understanding.

Audio CD, July 18, 2006

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The calm, the soft place of whimsy has a bed of safety from the daily beckoning to betray ourselves. The outrageous possibility of Trust in this topsy-turvy time. The determination to say: "It's me! It's what I feel!" For those of us who question everything including our very selves, Pink is a tender little home to crawl into and rest, in a field where the spin of chaos pauses.

Jennifer Johnson



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Emotion Literacy Advocates (ELA) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization comprised of a group of generative artists and social activists in Seattle who came together at the turn of the millennium to further ELA's mission: to create learning forums for insight into emotion through language and the arts.