I’m a creative, out of the box thinker. When there are dilemmas presented (they’re everywhere, right?!) I open myself to an array of solutions/options. It generates other ideas & suggestions. I love how this process uncovers all kinds of fascinating solutions.
I would venture out into the world & offer spiritual nourishment & advocate for peace & equity. This is my intention….
My sweetheart & I are planning our wedding for early August. There are lots of restrictions due to the pandemic and so we have to be creative thinkers. I appreciate his support along w/ the emotional support of family & friends. It will be a beautiful celebration!
So many things in nature connect me to the sacred. Music & the arts….people who exude a “sacred quality” which shows itself in a myriad of ways.
I’m learning to be prepared to go with the flow (oxymoron of sorts…) things rarely go as planned so it’s best to embrace twists, turns & even flat out falls on my face. That’s the way life works🙂
Gratefulness would slip into the dreams of every person & infuse all of us with the ability to (wait for it…) awake with grateful eyes & hearts. Sneaky little gratefulness…..
I want to be filled with love & generosity and bring it out into the world. Along with that, advocating for justice & equity with an emphasis on respect & inclusivity.
So much kindness has touched my life. One of the most profound incidents occurred many moons ago when I had young children. My husband & I were celebrating our anniversary in San Francisco & I became terribly ill and ended up in the hospital for over a month. My mom flew out to be with me so my husband could be with our children in Michigan. She sat with me everyday, all day for several weeks without one complaint. During that same time I met a doctor whose face is ingrained in my hea...
So much kindness has touched my life. One of the most profound incidents occurred many moons ago when I had young children. My husband & I were celebrating our anniversary in San Francisco & I became terribly ill and ended up in the hospital for over a month. My mom flew out to be with me so my husband could be with our children in Michigan. She sat with me everyday, all day for several weeks without one complaint. During that same time I met a doctor whose face is ingrained in my head because of his kindness toward me. They both helped to save my life: truly….
Most days I do a pretty good job of cherishing all the beauty in my life & the world. It’s the “rough spots” that I sometimes find hard to embrace. I’m aware of it & working on it!
My faith is paramount in any courage I display. I dig in deep to touch the hands of Christ and it’s the lifeline I need to get me through to the other side. I also happen to have some amazing people in my life which makes a huge difference when darkness presents herself.
I’m attending a preaching workshop all week, beginning today. I’m excited about learning, meeting new people & being a part of it all.
It’s a very cool life I have. There is certainly great beauty in the ordinary & I sometimes fail to see that because I’m human. There is wisdom that comes with age & I find myself smiling more often when making the bed, folding the laundry & cleaning the counter.
There’s deep wisdom there
Thank You, sunnypatti! I’m definitely hanging on to all the love!!!!
Plan B’s are a necessity!
I love Miyokos too, Lauryn!
Sunnypatti, do you recommend a vegan cheese?!
Beautiful example of kindness
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