Today’s Truth comes from Nancy Levin. A reminder that in every journey there is a no longer and a not yet. Honor that space.
Tuesday Truth. Number 71. Resilience. That's what I've recently been learning on this journey of life. According to this article at the American Psychological Association website, Psychologists define resilience as the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stress— In other words, how we "bounce back". [...]
Tuesday Truth. Number 69. "Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I'll meet you there."-Rumi Today's truth is a reminder that beyond all the constructs, we are one. There are so many moments in life that define us individually. Moments that shape the direction of our thoughts, our motives, our actions... [...]
Tuesday Truth. Number 68. There's just something about Nature, isn't there? Something that makes you breathe a little deeper, feel a little calmer, and find a little more joy in the present moment. When I am breathing in all the beauty that surrounds me, I am reminded that everything in Nature blossoms in its own [...]
Tuesday Truth. Number 67. Well hello there!! If I haven't already seen you in my first post of 2021, Five Years of Blogging, let me just say... Happy New Year! I considered recycling the Tuesday Truth I shared at the beginning of 2019, Tuesday Truth #16, because I love that one so much. However, there [...]
I'm sure that most of us would agree that 2020 has mostly been a sh*t show. People have been sick, lost loved ones, lost jobs, and struggled with mental health. The pandemic has changed the entire way we live and interact. And for many it's not the only thing that has created struggles this year. [...]
"All the reading she had done had given her a view of life that they had never seen."-Roald Dahl, Matilda Reading in 2020. Wow! 2020 sure was full of unexpected twists and turns! What started off as a "full speed ahead" year for me quickly become a year of "slowing down." Who would have thought [...]