Far from being self-serving, being seen in our light can be a service to others.
I’ve been in hiding, with and from my fears. The irony is that my fears and I want the same thing: to be seen, acknowledged, held, and nurtured.
If you’re looking for someone to parrot the party line, get a parrot.
Three stories teach us about the sins and consequences of following our vision.
Our ability to cultivate vision is directly related to our willingness to be seen.
The risks of being seen are real, which makes the impact of standing in your light that much greater.
The tension of visibility is that it is both our greatest desire and our greatest fear. We long to be seen, yet to be seen requires embracing vulnerability.