The best way to “fill your well” with content and works that will provide fodder for constructive creativity.
In a culture that conditions us to fill every corner and crevice of our lives, embracing the empty space feels revolutionary — and liberating.
Letting go is never just about the surface thing. What makes it so challenging is what lies beneath the surface thing.
In a dark place? Stop listening to all the people who are telling you to “stay positive” or “find your light.”
It may be cold, dark, and uncomfortable, but the liminal space also offers a wellspring of opportunity — if we are willing to sit in it.
The void can be a fertile place, if we can allow ourselves to get there and stay there for a time.
Grace fills empty spaces, but it can only enter where there is a void to receive it.