Posts Tagged wisdom

Chance meetings

Jul 25th, 2016 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »
Peek through and see some awesome greens

Peek through and see some awesome greens

Did you ever see someone you have not seen in quite some time?

Never thinking that you would see each other again, but knowing that if you did, you would pick up where you left off.
And perhaps not romantically, but you both get a chance to look back.

It is like a magical event in your life because you feel like a kid again, riding your bike in the rain, not caring about anything much except for the lightning that is there.

 

 

Good news

May 27th, 2015 Posted in Accepting Change | no comment »

Youthful ways

Examining life close up

Examining life close up

In youth  it was difficult to have confidence in myself, especially during difficult times. I would struggle trying to get by, hiding some of my flaws through laughter and a talkative nature.

Aging brings about needed confidence

As an older adult, there is no need  inside my heart center to call on my perfect ways that are not so perfect.

Today, I am who I am; crying, laughing, and even giggling like a child having a good time as I walk strong down the path of life.

One more time

What would mom say?

Dec 24th, 2014 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

When I was young, I would  go to mom with my problems; sorting them out, bouncing some ideas with her and listening to her soft voice tell me about her experiences in life.

Your road is not a perfect path; it has ripples, dips and curves

Your road is not a perfect path; it has ripples, dips and curves

Mom did not say much to me; she would nod, smile and most importantly, listen to my plea for help. I cannot remember anyone else I could go to that would just listen and then say things like, “Be patient with yourself and others; things will change, and most of the time they will be good changes.”