“Yutori is a kind of living with spaciousness. For example, it’s leaving early enough to get somewhere so that you know you’re going to arrive early, so when you get there, you have time to look around.”Naomi Shihab Nye
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…disenfranchised grief is made up of the disappointments and losses that are hard to acknowledge, when worse things are happening to others.
There is no end to Celebrating Life and Spring – To pay attention to the awe of the ordinary gives us a chance each day to experience joy, beauty, meaning and relief, which are welcome in all kinds of times.
Throughout my lifetime spring has always represented beauty and hope.
As I rested on the gurney this afternoon, waiting my turn, I thought a lot about how truly grateful I was to get this procedure.
This maxim is embedded in my operating system. And it reminds me of what is important,even when the world is turned upside down.
I am holding in my heart those who mourn, especially the “nearest afflicted.” We can all remember to tread gently with our dear ones and ourselves.
The best way to begin is the same as the best way to swim in the sea. No tiptoes. No wading. Go under.
We will never arrive someplace where we can rest undisturbed for the rest of our days.
Looking at the challenges and catastrophes that come our way we can view arugamama as a readiness to say, “what now?” With things as they are, what can I actually do right now?