When we have breakage and heal, our hearts are stronger and more beautiful than before the breakage. The problem is, too often we don’t allow for healing.
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When an elephant in the herd is giving birth, others encircle her, facing outward to watch for signs of danger, and kick up dirt over the birthing mama to hide the scent and keep predators away. I liken it to my experience of birthing the first book in the LINAL Series – Loud Is Not A Language.
Have you ever been hit in the face by bird poop? That happened to me recently. What a picture of life, right? We are moving forward, happy, thankful, things are good, sometimes great, then splat! Bird poop. It’s going to come. We are going to get hit. What we do when we are hit determines what we get.
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Our entire life is a testimony. It’s more than a story. It’s a series of stories. Each holds within it a nugget of treasure, even the painful ones, with a golden thread that runs throughout.
Are there things that bring you joy that you’ve taken off your needs list? The world needs more joy. It’s an underrated commodity.
Do you find it hard to ask for help? Hard to accept it even when it’s offered? For those who answer yes, I understand. But how is that working for you? We aren’t meant to do life on our own.
Looking out the window in the early morning, the rest of the house still asleep, I focused on the massive pecan tree in my yard. I watched for signs of life as the day began to wake up. Birds generally sing their songs while squirrels play chase and dig for fallen pecans, but this morning…
At times we feel like there is a great chasm between where we are and where we want to be. What if, in actuality, it is as small as one step?