Somewhere between the cradle and the grave most of us get lost. We eventually wake up wondering why life is “less than” what we’d expected, why everyday seems the same, wondering how in the world we got here – and where, by the way, are we anyway? When we were little life made sense. We [...]
Archive for August, 2012
It was the most awe-inspiring and compelling moment I have ever shared with a group of people – a sort of tandem levitation of soul and spirit that left me altered and undone. I was on a bus tour with my husband, some friends and family, and others I only loosely knew. We were working [...]
Mooring or Ballast?
I have long loved this quote because it so succinctly describes a dilemma I face daily. While I typically prefer the reassuring sense of dry land under my feet or the safety of the harbor, the truth is that more often than not I feel like a ship tossed at sea. The wind and the [...]
Play – It’s Serious Business
Squishy soft play dough… marvelously messy finger paints… summer swimming at the pool… building giant cities with Legos… What was your favorite thing to do as a kid? What did you love to do when you could just play? These things matter – much more than you think. Remember when you were young and life [...]