Grateful in the journey
Immediately Gibran came to mind; someone gave me “The Prophet” when I was 16 yo. It was magical to me and though at that age I didn’t understand it all, I grew to understand more and more as life went on. Now at 68 yo I still love to open it and feel the calm of his wisdom.
Thank you – beautiful, thoughtful and inspiring – thank you.
Thank you. It helps!
Thank you. It is a lesson I’ve learned but nearly forgotten and slid backwards – I will read this daily for a while and am grateful.
Beautiful, thank you1
I call them “magic moments “- the times in my work or life when I become aware ( feel the wonder) of the fragility and the strength that is that thread of life. I am a hospice nurse, and have had the honor and of being witness and filled with wonder regularly to this truth. The author has described this so beautifully.
I have made a practice of coming to this site each morning and came across your beautiful writing just now. What a gift to be able put this in words – thank you so much. I have lost my husband as well and I am a Hospice nurse and a regular witness to this journey – I am grateful every day for the privilege to be present for others at this time and awed by the power and grace of love. thank you again, Nancy
So beautifully written, I just entered the world!
HI Carol, I so enjoyed your sharing.
Thank you Elaine!
Beautiful and thank you so much!
Beautiful and inspiring! Thank you so much.
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