How do you react when faced with ambiguity? Some ask lots of questions, leaving open many doors and many perspectives. Others close all doors around them and dig their heels into one perspective. Neither is correct. Neither is incorrect. To be fair, as one with a higher tolerance for ambiguity, I may be biased though.... Continue Reading →
Tiptoe through the hidden door
Fear, pain, sadness - so much, too much
A tower of memories long neglected
Buried beneath stories told, some truth some lies
Today, as I was reading through some old journals, I was reminded of how so often we accidentally make suffering worse by saying things like this. But I think there can be a better way. We can remember that we need to bear with one another in love. That we need to experience our suffering, instead of pushing through it or avoiding it. We also need to allow our loved ones to suffer, no matter how difficult that seems.