New capacities are really growing.
You might even call them love.
Truly forgive others for not being what you would hope of them.
They are struggling.
They don’t know how to do it better just yet.
They have fear.
They need your compassion. Continue reading “a list”
How do I transform feelings of anger, from politics, social justice, the place of the modern homemaker, employment inequality; how do I transform these feelings into something tangible and adequate to make change even within my own self, home, community?
Homemaker in the hills
More than ever before we are aware of what is going on in the world, Homemaker in the hills. Continue reading “transformation”
Trust speaks a foreign language
I have yet to train my tongue to shape, my ear to comprehend. Continue reading “trust speaks a foreign language”
Which cup? Well, we’re in Melbourne so there’s a horse race on tomorrow. One that supposedly stops a nation. There is something about the longing for festivity and dressing up and making an occasion of something which I completely understand. It’s a race for stayers (persistent horses who can gallop a long distance) where the winner receives an 18 carat golden cup. Continue reading “celebrating the cup”
may not be the reason we do them. Yes, very cryptic, but I think you’ll understand what I mean if I give a few examples.
An insightful young woman recently shared with me about attending a meeting in Brisbane. Continue reading “why we do the things we do”