Sometimes we can’t truly accept one door has closed until we notice another has opened.
Why time alone is so important.
It seems to be the human condition to want more instead of being grateful for what we already have.
How our candor gives others courage.
After experiencing so much sorrow and loss, I found the creative process of transforming my hurt into an engaging story to be an unexpected gift.
A tree with strong roots laughs at storms. – Malay proverb
I think we sometimes lose sight of how much wisdom the wilderness holds.
Road Trip Raunchiness.
The difference between being busy and actually accomplishing what you set out to—in a day, a week, a lifetime—can be significant.
“Our animal friends teach us more than we could have expected…And love us more than we could have hoped……That’s why we miss them more than we could have imagined.”
It might also be difficult to admit.
The tools we need to cope are probably already on our toolbelt.
Can grief awaken our capacity to notice connections between seemingly unrelated events?
What I have finally figured out was this little life-gem: what might be a priority to me isn’t necessarily a priority to others.
Have you ever heard of a soul-massage?
Regardless of the path you choose, you’ve just entered what will undoubtedly be the sh*ttiest journey of your life.