The willingness to show up for others in difficult times is transformative. Not just for others, but for ourselves.
“Your outer world reflects your inner world” is a simple principle. Yet it is also complex because it requires us to look within for the cause of what we experience.
In a world where we can be free to be anything we want, the greatest freedom is to be who you truly are, without a mask.
Every day for the past year I’ve published a blog post. I’ve learned so much, but nothing more important than this: our task is to share, not to censor.
Our collective shadow of hate has been thrust into the light. Although uncomfortable, we must leave it there to heal it.
When we get hurt, the urge to lash out is instinctive. We immediately seek to blame someone or something external, or we turn on ourselves. This blocks our path to healing.