Taking Time

SetTheTimeWhy is it that we frequently “take time,” but we never “give time”? We only say, in the negative, that someone wouldn’t give us the time of day. Take your time, certainly, but why not try giving some as well?

Who will you give time to today?

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On the Treadmill

WalkingSome kinds of change come in a flash of inspiration or a bolt that strikes you from the blue. Some changes come from just staying on the treadmill, committing to doing something for the long haul, even if it’s not dramatic or exciting.

What transformation are you working for over the long haul?

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Dancing Through Doorways

CongaLineWe seek not rest but transformation.
We are dancing through each other as doorways.
—Marge Piercy

How do you serve as a doorway to someone else’s transformation?

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The Life Inside

WinterBarnFrom the outside, all is cold, pristine, untouched. But inside the barn is full of the warm breath of cows, the smell of manure, the sound of animals rustling and chewing. Not so pristine, but very much alive.

Where is life and growth hiding for you, in all its complex messiness?

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No Gold

WinterRainbowThere is no pot of gold at the end of this rainbow. OK, or any rainbow. What you get is the rainbow itself, all the colors of light on brilliant display.

What recent experience have you cherished just for itself, and not for any possible use it could bring you?

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