Posts tagged "grace"
Stubborn in Our Gladness

Stubborn in Our Gladness

The world we live in, Life itself, is full of suffering — and of joy.  ‘Twas ever thus.  There has never been, and likely never will be, a time without egregious events.  How can we hold this? What’s certain is that if we focus only on the amount, variety, and horrendous ways suffering is inflicted and endured,...
Well Wishing

Well Wishing

The New Year has begun… I find myself full of well wishes, for family, friends, for YOU!  And for my circles and communities, the planet — its people and creatures — for my husband and, well yes, for me too :-).   In the numerous thoughtful and warm Holiday and New Year e-mails that I received there was an offering from neuropsychologist, Dr. Rick Hanson, recommending...

Emergency

There are so many ways to describe the flow of feelings and events around my stroke, (and those on the kayak trip :-)), and each one results in a different perspective, different pictures, different impressions… With my new mode of operating, which is more to simply let things arise and to plan and organize less,...