The effectiveness of the first step is determined by the length of the journey it begins. How can resolve & determination in a first step enable us to persevere?
From his book The Art of Loving, Fromm shares about resisting the subtle pull to control those we love. What beauty do we behold when we respect another, celebrating their unique unfolding?
A quote from Robert Frost’s poem, My November Guest. Perhaps when she comes as our guest we can learn of the hidden hope in befriending sorrow.
It’s easy to get caught up in our busy lives and busy problems with far too small a perspective. Sometimes, we need to immserse ourselves in nature to be reminded of it’s weight of beauty to lighten our load.
No matter how responsible, independent, or strong we have learned to become, we are inwardly still children, vulnerable and in need of love. How can you begin to nurture your inner child today?
To escape concrete walls and walk amidst nature nourishes and reminds. It reminds us of a greater truth: like the flowers & trees, perhaps we also need not hustle or strive for our worth & beauty.
How often do we struggle to discern the true nature of a situation, the clear state of an individual, or the undeniable value of ourselves because we do not take the time to observe and reflect?