letting go

At that time trees actively "choose" to let go of their leaves. When the conditions indicate it is time, trees remove the
Everything can always get better, everyone can be happy and happier after their divorce, but if you carry all the baggage with you after divorce, you won't get there very fast.
We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness
When the doctor announced you were a boy and gently laid you on my chest I didn't know at the time that you would be my last. When you wrapped your little hand around my finger and our eyes met for the first time I had no idea that it would be the last time I experienced a bond so new.
Each day, I watch my daughter climb the steps of the big yellow school bus on her way to class. As it speeds off with her
"Sometimes we leave, and sometimes we are left. Either way, we will be okay."
When that Yes happens, we open our arms to life as it appears and disappears, moment to moment. We fall back into the larger aliveness that we already are, out of range of the ego's dictates and need for control
When we came home from taking our oldest son to college last week, it was to a dark house. I walked upstairs, looked into his room, and saw that the light was on. He often leaves his light on. So I walked into my boy's now vacated room and turned off his bedside light. It was a sad moment.
One of the most difficult tasks any individual can master, is the ability to let go of the past, and move forward towards their future.
The process is something I started to play with a few months ago, and I continue to be in awe by the power that true forgiveness creates -- leading to manifestations of prosperity.
I like the commercial where a little girl is sitting behind the wheel of a car, saying 'Bye Dad. I'll be okay.' Dad watches, carefully hands her the keys. Right before she drives off, we see that she's really 18. How time can fly. Now your almost legal child is going to college.
I am going to get a tattoo. The following sentence will be tattooed on the delicate skin of my inner left arm: You are always where you are supposed to be.
Life is truly what you make of it. Your post-divorce life can be anything you want it to be, you are only limited by your belief, and your attitude towards it.
In the past, I really haven't liked this quote because I quite frankly don't like the idea of my time not being my own.
Need to absorb an important life lesson? Get it down on paper. I painted this watercolor to remind myself of the ease that