Live your way into the answers. <3

I feel like my heart is swirling in a windstorm right now. So many unanswered questions from all ends of my life…about work, about my family, about our world… about well…just life in general.  It is not a destructive windstorm, nor are the questions I am feeling – earth shattering… just a feeling that I am being worked on. Does that make sense? Being asked to ask questions… live in those questions… and while many days I get swept up into the crazy – this morning I feel like I am sitting in the middle of the tornado… where it is calm. So, I guess that is why I am writing. Man, I like it here. I went to sleep last night, admit-ably stress out and filled with undescribed anxiety, but this morning I feel like I found a sense of peace. A sense of peace I am not going to pretend will last, but I am enjoying the “I will live my way into the answers” perspective and staying focused on the simple. “Be kind. Be brave. Be you.” This is what I tell my daughter as she boards the school bus each morning and when I said it this morning I thought… yea, it really can be that simple today.

This family is so darn wonderful. Each year I capture them I am more and more grateful for the opportunity to watch their kids grow and change. The growing, changing, becoming you kind of stuff is my favorite. Truly adore this family. I am so lucky our lives have crossed and intertwined. {{{HUGS}}}

Ok, my friends… go get’em out there. We got this.

ps- this was the quote swirling in my mind when I woke up this morning…hence all my deep calming thoughts, I think. 😀  : “Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers which cannot be given to you because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will then gradually, without noticing it, live along some distant day into the answer” – Rainer Maria Rilke

I love that quote.




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