We had a great family holiday in July and in an attempt to hold on to that lazy hazy holiday feeling, I have been trying to do a little less since I got back. It means turning down a few things, which goes against my default. I find saying no to things hard to do, especially when some of those things are fun and others I know will stretch me in a good way.
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With great focus, my 7 year old was quietly writing her letter to Santa. It was delightful. Respectful. Nicely phrased and sweet. She would like …
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An age old question was asked of me in a meditation the other day. Who are you? This one is a classic. And it’s tricky. As you can guess, you’re meant to dive a little deeper than just offering up a job title or a role such as mother/sister/partner/lover. Anyway, that day I feel I got the closest to who I am in a nutshell that I’ve ever managed. An answer came to me that I think I will stay quite pleased with for many years to come. Although I might refine it or change my mind, I really like this one:
We can do well with somehow getting comfortable with feeling wobbly and about some topics. The insecurity of not knowing it all can feel distinctly uncomfortable. But uncertainty is brave! And, let me throw you a rope of security here too!