Tag: Middle Ground Pause

Inspiration – The Dark and the Light

“The dark does not destroy the light; it defines it. Its our fear of the dark that casts our joy into the shadows.” Brene Brown Take a moment to reflect on how this appears in your life. Instead of wishing the dark away, how…

Dirt time!

The sun came out and Meghan and I enjoyed some digging in the dirt!

Inspiration – Dandelions

Sometimes traditional stories hit the right spot. This one often does for me. Nadia spent the whole autumn sowing and preparing his garden. In the spring, the flowers opened, and Nadia noticed a few dandelions that he had not planted. Nadia pulled them up. But…

Haiku – close silence

~ Nurture, love and healing. Being held in close silence. In your middle ground. ~ I read an article about an older man who volunteers at a local hospital in the ward for premature babies. All he does is hold babies close to him…

Haiku – nature takes her time

~ Nature takes her time March enters like a lion April lambs ahead ~ The forecast for the next couple of weeks here in the NorthEast US, is cold, windy and snow filled. Nature has her own rhythm right now, and reminds us of…

Inspiration – Accepting the Whole of our Experience

“The real reason why human life can be so utterly exasperating and frustrating is not because there are facts called death, pain, fear, or hunger. The madness of the thing is that when such facts are present, we circle, buzz, writhe, and whirl, trying…

Growth and Happiness

We all want to grow and become something ….. it seems to be a part of being human. Yet, what is that all about? Some of us want to be successful in the eyes of others. Others keep looking for the perfect partner, house,…

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