The reminder that we'll never be exonerated is the same reminder that none of us are perfect, and that fact is indeed, perfect.
Come back to this moment, the only one we have control over.
Today I am again checking the box and showing up, just not quite in the way I want to. Lately it has been a struggle to create and share in the way I wish to for you. I considered skipping today's article even though it would've broken a consistent streak
The story we tell ourselves is important, as are the stories told to us and what we take from them. We're told that we're divided — now more than ever. I'm just not convinced. Strong narratives string themselves into society, and usually with valid reason. Though, at some point, we get
Not only need we not suffer in the "bad" that happens, but we can use it to create positive change to pave a hopeful road, for ourselves and others.
No matter how differently someone sees the world, they can't be smart enough to be 100% wrong. Therefore some part of everyone's perspective is true.
If all went just as you'd like it to, what exactly would that mean? What would that look like?