“It is not impermanence that makes us suffer. What makes us suffer is wanting things to be permanent, when they are not.” (Thich Nhat Han)
Reflection for this coming week:
The time “in between the years” is an invitation for quiet reflection:
“Where am I?” “Who am I?” in the “here and now”?
“Which roles and burdens am I letting go?”
“Which memories will I choose to release?”
“What is essential to my life?”
“How do I move forward while honoring who I truly am?”
Grounding ourselves in what really matters.
Loving ourselves with all where we have been
and embracing all of who we are…
May the New Year come, may we let the Old Year go,
May we let it flow…
Wishing you a restful and peaceful time “in between the years”.