the cycle begins, yet again fresh, healthy and robust beginnings exciting moves while green life cycles continue, as always but getting older bruises a bit tarnishes us as time goes by a midlife crisis attempts to snatch youth back regardless, old age makes its presence known doom and gloom seems imminent physical/mental changes more evident aches and pains more prominent beginning to know with certainty our lives won’t go on forever leaving us almost wishing for the way out death, the end until the next beginning
Wow, Lisa! What an awesome job in reviewing my book in this format! How cool is it in the way it was presented? I’m honored that she took the time to do this but also to express her thoughts about my collaboration with Terry. Thank you for your kind words, Lisa! Your review tells me that I succeeded in achieving what I set out to accomplish with this book, and for that I am over the moon! In addition, I’m so thrilled that I got to showcase the incredibly artwork of my friend Terry! Her touch added a beautiful, visual dimension to the words expressed. I honestly can’t thank you enough, Lisa! ❤
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aching with sorrow and sadness silently keeping in it when, eventually the dam breaks as chance moments beckon forth deeply held emotions
tears spill quickly because the lies behind false smiles of “i’m all right” can’t help but break through the barrier foolishly yet protectively erected
this water shed pinnacle of epic proportions a facially distorting cataclysm and puffy, snot producing event this full-body aching outloud it was inevitable so predictable it was necessary, to move on to healing
It’s different than having a purpose.
We need to have value in the world we inhabit.
And we want to fit in.
But do we? Are we really important enough?
How do we become important
and closely connected to our community, to ourselves?
Does it mean we’re good or just special?
Is it the amount of praise we get which tells us that?
Be well in your center, and
in the movements taken within your world.
The care of yourself you take to belong,
the decisions you make affecting you,
choose wisely –
this gives you relevance.
In the valued becoming closely connected,
what matters most is
how we love ourselves and others.