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Updated: Aug 31, 2023

I was having a lovely day by my favorite lake yesterday and an inspired reflection about stillness with someone I share time with. She send me this facebook post as a thank you for our time together. It feels a bit like synchronicity and John's thoughts reflect our words very beautifully.

In our restless minds,let there be some stillness and calm so that, without any ripples on the surface of the mind, there can be depth and healing.

Thank you for all the inspiration!

Stillness is vital to the world of the soul. If as you age you become more still, you will discover that stillness can be a great companion. The fragments of your life will have time to unify, and the places where your soul-shelter is wounded or broken will have time to knit and heal. You will be able to return to yourself. In this stillness, you will engage your soul. Many people miss out on themselves completely as they journey through life. They know others, they know places, they know skills, they know their work, but tragically, they do not know themselves at all. Aging can be a lovely time of ripening when you actually meet yourself, indeed maybe for the first time. There are beautiful lines from T. S. Eliot that say:

'And the end of all our exploring

Will be to arrive where we started

And know the place for the first time.'


Excerpt from his book, Anam Cara.

Lahinch Beach, Co Clare - Ireland

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