Find your Middle Ground
Being held in close silence
That is all we need
… And what we all need.
I read an article about a retired man who volunteers at a local hospital in the ward for premature babies. All he does is hold babies close to him in silence. Nothing more is needed. In the arms of a loving human being, they thrive.
I get it.
Sharing our whole presence and open heart with an other, is nourishing and healing.
No words are required, just our wholehearted presence.
Perhaps hugs are the short version of this. Next time you hug someone think of it as holding in close silence.
Here’s one coming your way…