Unfortunately it has been recent events such as the massacre a week ago in Indianapolis & before that Atlanta, Minneapolis, etc., etc. that compelled me to better understand my brothers & sisters in this world. By learning more about different cultures & religions it helps me to become closer & join them in grief & love. My curiosity is leading me to find ways to show up & support the earth family that we ALL belong to.
Sanctuary by Carrie Newcomer.
I really wasn’t sure what “others” might say so I asked my husband. He said my greatest gift was management. That I take care of everything. I’m glad he thinks that’s a gift. I sometimes think the flip side of that is control. I like to be sure everything is “taken care of.” 😏
Yes! “To pay attention, this is our endless & proper work.” Mary Oliver.
Holly, what a wonderful vision you paint of your home! And wonderful it will be to live in your place that has your touch in every corner. It would be so inviting to sit at your table & eat off of those beautiful dishes in your lovingly restored home!
Happy Birthday! May this be a brilliant day followed by a year of love, joy, peace & good health!
Kevin, living with chronic pain can alter personalities. The fact that you show up here each day & contribute encouraging, sensitive thoughts & feelings are incredible acts of courage. You inspire us & I thank you. Lifting up prayers of healing & comfort for you.
Love this. Makes me think of this quote by Parker J Palmer:
“Wholeness does not mean perfection; it means embracing brokenness as an integral part of life”
I agree with Mike. I always look for your comments because you are so articulate in expressing what many of us are thinking but unable to put into words. Welcome back!
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