My wager is that you know, deep down that there is hope, even in the midst of sorrow and that there is always an "other side" to cross over to and always a bridge you can cross.
Before I got past my biases of what Easter was about, it was just another holiday where I got to eat all my kids leftover chocolate. Now, I still dip into the chocolate, but I have a renewed way of looking at it. I now have a new language for Easter.
Cheers Theme: "Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name..and they're always glad you came.... You want to go where people know, people are all the same, you want to go where every-bod-y knows your nameeee." What if that want, was really more of a need? What if we don't just want to be with people who are just as messed up as we are, but we really need to be with people, just like we need the very air that we breathe?
I came away with a strong conviction to be more aware of my hidden motives and to be conscious of not just what motivates me, but Who. Here is how I got there...
I recently listened to this incredible TED Radio Hour titled Decoding Our Emotions. This really impacted me deeply...
2 X 2 Collage | Go for it | Trust your madness | Do or do not there is no try #growth
We are all broken and none of us is going to get it right 100% of the time, no matter what the perfectionistic slogans say on Pinterest or Facebook.
1 part 80's or 90's TV star - preferably B or C list (sometimes they double this) 1 part lovely single woman who has experienced tragedy, loss and/or heartbreak (or is just profoundly misunderstood by her current boyfriend who is either completely milk toast (or just mean to waiters) 1 part dreamy or dashing single [...]