As we come to the end of our nature theme, I’m thinking so much of all of you. I’m so curious who you are and what’s been happening in your hearts as you’ve been reading here this month.
I had no idea going in that an earthquake and tsunami would so shake our world. No idea how grateful and tender I’d feel toward everyone seeking hope and trust in their wake.
I’ve been pushed to listen more deeply than I usually do to the lessons of nature around me – not only the ones taught by its peaceful states, but by those in its tumult: its disasters, both human-initiated and not.
I keep thinking about Christine’s words about winter calling us deeper into unknowing, about Carol’s call to slow down (slow down, slow down…), about my own heart’s call to step further into the wilds of my life and to honor each season I find there without constant comparisons with others’. Your comments in response to that seasons post have sent my thoughts in so many helpful directions!
It’s been a month of much growth for me and I’m so grateful for this space and for your presence with me in it!
But what about you? What’s happened in your relationship with nature this month? What pulse do you have on the growth of your trust?
Comments are wide open for anything you’d like to share.