Moving with change

To give us perspective. Of note, Karen’s words from the comment section: “I think when there is a shock, we need time to absorb the news and if we can spend sometime in nature … it does ground us and calm us.”
That often works for me when I need to let go of anxiety.

Healing Your Grief

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For a seed to achieve its greatest expression, it must come completely undone.  The shell cracks, its insides come out and everything changes.  To someone who doesn’t understand growth, it would look like complete destruction. – Cynthia Ocelli

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4 thoughts on “Moving with change

  1. Perfect timing, Jennifer. A couple of days ago, I googled how to recover from extreme adversity. I needed ideas. I didn’t find any suggestions that resonated with me–or I hadn’t already thought of–but nature, of course. I can do that. Thank you.

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    1. Jacqui, when my father succumbed to ALS in 2003, getting out into nature was the only scrap of relief I could find from the heartbreak I felt. It was as if I sensed his presence all around me there. It made perfect sense to have the following carved on his headstone: Man of Nature, Man of God.
      I realize you might have been looking for help for entirely different reasons. I hope it isn’t anything too serious. The outcome of the US election comes to mind when I think of change that is difficult for many to bear!

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