A few days ago, the hubs and I were discussing intuitive eating. He was trying to wrap his head around some ideas, and he had questions.
“If you don’t love yourself you’ll never feel like anyone else does either”
“Find the love you seek, by first finding the love within yourself. Learn to rest in that place within you that is your true home.”-Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Shh… Listen closely.
Can you hear it? The heavy, faint but steady beat of the kettledrum as it rips a hole in the universe wide wide to allow the triumphant herald of the bugles?
Sometimes, you’ll tune into a podcast, a sermon, a song, a poem or a story, and you will be surprised by tears. And as those tears wet your tender cheeks, you will realize you’ve been sad, sad, sad, for so very long.
These past weeks have been tough.
I wish I could say I was a really healthy, super disciplined person. The truth is, I fall somewhere close to the middle of the continuum between lazy, good-for-nothing and winner, winner, chicken dinner.
“Blind belief in authority is the greatest enemy of truth.”
O daughter Babylon, you devastator!
Happy shall they be who pay you back
What you have done to us!
Happy shall they be who take your little ones
And dash them against the rock! -Psalm 137: 8-9
“How could someone film that video and not step in and do anything about it?”
Rearwards. Back to front. In reverse. Toward the rear. Inverted.
Guys. Life has never been stranger.
Three years ago, if you would have told me my son would soon be diagnosed with a dangerous form of cancer, I would have…