One in three Americans know and love someone who died or continue to struggle from Covid. I do. Hearing and reading the stories of those who died is deeply saddening. There is so much grieving and pain occurring around the world. Often grief feels like a huge empty dark hole in the middle of the chest or body. It’s an ache that fluctuates but is always there, at least for some months or years. Let’s image those lonely grieving dark empty holes and send out bright light of love, caring, and relationship to fill the void. Not just once, but continually, send light and love. Imagine everyone receives it, thus providing some comfort during their healing.
A square peg doesn’t fit in a round hole. So don’t push it. A round peg doesn’t fit in a square hole. So don’t push it. These are learning situations I often have to relearn. […]
Joy comes in many forms. The subtle lasting ones are the best. Even better is when the joys are dedicated to others, in the service of others, bringing love to others. Then the joy radiates […]