To get to where you want to go in life you must know one crucial piece of information. It’s not what you think it is.
A poem for the last day of the year, in six stanzas of haiku.
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.
Before creating something new, we must let go and grieve all that was before, and all that never came to be.
After any significant learning experience we need a period of integration to embody the knowledge and transition to the next stage.
As we enter the winter of winter, it’s not useful to wonder when we’ll be in spring. Our best approach is to embrace the in-between time.
Perhaps you’ve heard about The Great Conjunction. Here’s what it means.