How do you convince yourself, when you are already so tired, that you need to stop and rest? Especially in these moments, your thinking is irrational, and you can't see how you could possibly stop before your finish everything that you believe needs to be done.
This is a message about disappointment, forgiveness, redemption, and healing. It’s about my father and what he taught me, not by being the model of the father everyone wishes they had, but by being himself.
Yesterday, during a break from the nonstop snowstorms here in the Northeast, I strapped on snowshoes and went outside for a walk. As I trudged through the powdery, fresh snow, I made a spontaneous decision to dedicate my walk to forgiveness.
There is a lot happening this month energy-wise and much of it will be happening on an internal level. Before you groan, ‘not again’, take heart because it won’t be the grueling internal work of the last few years, this will be much lighter and flowing although I won’t use the word ‘easier’ because not only is it subjective, it also implies a comparison that can’t be used.
You recently wrote about how the ‘miracle is in the moment, not in the movement’. I can’t find miracles in any part of my life right now as I’m struggling every day just to keep my sanity as everything in my life is not working.
How many of us spend our lives searching for peace and trying to find our own little piece of happiness? We look for healing, release and resolution to pain, trauma and other facets of our life experiences as we seek out wholeness and completion within.
Seeking shelter from the storm and feeling lost and alone continues to be powerful themes for a great many souls as we try to navigate the winds of change and find relief from the feelings of disconnection and isolation as we venture ever deeper within and open up to the beauty and wisdom that resides there.