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Monthly Archives: August 2015
Listen to your inner conflict with love and reflect on it . until . you come to peace around it. .
Losing a member of your community is hard. Almost always– That is no new and profound information. However, Nothing seems to lighten the harsh impact of death, Or to prepare you– No number of books, last words, funeral preparations, or … Continue reading
This is not an artful poem, it’s not a diplomatic essay, but this is huge and I am proud to share it with you who have walked this path alongside me: The last several weeks have been testing my stamina … Continue reading
My chest is tight and my head is full and my heart is heavy and I don’t know what to do. I am so overwhelmed, where do I go from here? How can I steady my breathing and focus on … Continue reading
I am feeling overwhelmed by a number of things right now and I am trying to breathe deep and be at peace. I am facing another semester, another short stage of life, during which I know there is potential for … Continue reading
Worked late last night, and again this morning/evening. Today ended with a bit of emotional turmoil. Stress about the future, fear of going back to the hospital, anger with myself, realization of my changing priorities in life, and just a … Continue reading