Sickness is the most human thing that we can ever experience. It is the reminder that tiny, microscopic organisms can wage war and actually take territory in our bodies. Then again, our bodies actually fight back and heal themselves, carrying out a deep divinity wired into them that says "Battle. Survive. Do not surrender."
There is an innate wisdom to sickness, and sadly I have a front row seat to three pearls of "sick wisdom" that I'd love to share with you. (Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash)
A longer post on why we need to take time to process our lives, rather than jump to a reaction and opinion. (Photo courtesy of Brooke Cagle/Unsplash.com)
A bit about Lent, moving, formation, and what happens in the "time in between."
An announcement about big changes and the lines we draw in life...
5 beautiful experiments to try in this new year.
The baby in the manger isn't on your "side."
Procrastination and what we do with the moment right in front of us.
Some thoughts on prayer as we begin the journey of Advent. (photo by Bryan Apen/Unsplash.com)
An owl teaches us about memories...
A guest post by Mrs. Tygrett on our recent journey...