I yearn for time to rest, and then I do everything I can to avoid it. It’s time to stop running and be with the discomfort.
When we truly pause to see others we see something we can’t see in ourselves.
What you feel is real. It doesn’t need to make sense. It doesn’t need to be justified. It doesn’t need to be fixed.
You can add value without giving a smart, well-considered response, without providing the breakthrough solution, without giving anything at all.
What do you do when your body doesn’t perform as you want it to?
It may feel more expedient to pop a pill and push through your pain, but listening to your pain is crucial for your long-term productivity.
In the waning days of summer the tendency is to hold on and grip to the season. Through the gift of presence we can hold these final days without holding on.