We are invited in many ways to be the change we want to see in the world.
Wear a mask. Drive courteously. Wait your turn. Don’t interrupt. Pick up litter. Leave only footprints. Plant trees. Do unto others.
Life is a Creative Act
Daily we make and remake our world, our relationships, our bodies, ourselves. Each moment is an invitation to choice. To yes or no. To empowerment.
This week I’ve been watching the VERGE Conference draw together 10,000 of the brightest minds from business, technology, and sustainability to collaborate internationally on building a healthier future - the greatest human imperative and endeavor.
In this time, when it is easy to feel estranged and lonely,
a doorway opens into parts of ourselves beyond time and space,
beyond perceived limitations, toward a greater resonance with all.
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Who among us is not called to find sanctuary at this time.
To find peace amidst a confusing and chaotic world.
To cease the mental spin and seek gentle solace.
To find ourselves when we have lost ourselves.
I find solace three ways; in my garden, in daily walks, and in moving meditation.
There is always the garden
If you have a garden or care for plants, you know of nature’s power to nurture you as you nurture her. She reminds us that all flowers must grow through dirt. She urges us to keep on growing. To release our cares and live in attunement with the natural rhythms of day and night, rain and drought, heat and cold.
Do you remember the first person, a teacher or parent perhaps, who empowered you? Who made you feel you could achieve your dreams?
Asking myself that question, a high school teacher popped to mind. She surprised me after class one day by gifting me with a hand-carved wooden coat button. The interior was of hammered metal, painted in beautiful colors. “This is a tradition in my family,” she said. “We give a button to someone special. I believe you will do wonderful things one day.”