Encountering Grace

Your One Life

Life is too short, my friends. Don’t waste it on auto pilot – wondering what might happen TO you today. Live each moment as if someone is waiting at your door, whispering questions and gently unfolding maps into new territory. It was really interesting, yesterday, to talk with Franklin Taggart during his Reset Podcast. In retrospect, this experience itself reminded me of some old patterns I’d like to reset; some lines I wish I had a second chance to say or live differently. The timing for our discussion was perfect for me. If you’ve been following my blog you know I’ve been thinking about a reset for the woman in my mirror. Lately, not only I, but several of my friends have talked about watc

Looking back . . . moving on

“The end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time.” T.S. Eliot My daughter began it all. I venture to guess she won’t remember her part. Some years ago when she was in college, my sweet girl, for no reason or special holiday that I can remember, brought me a slim little white book with Meditation in its title. I remember her handing it to me. I think she said something like . . . ”I thought you might like this, Mom.” And that was it. Though surprised at the gift, I just thanked her, not asking the questions I now wish I had. The day went on and we continued our business of being mom and daughter facing a family time charged with the nat

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