In our day to day lives, we hear an abundance of language. There are dialects and slight variations on the same general language in every region of the world. Every culture has its’ own way of communicating verbally. What if there was another, non-verbal, way of communication? How could we revolutionize the world?
Oh the things you learn when you jump in to new adventures… I’ve had some great ideas in the past week – most of which happen when I’m nowhere near a place to write them down. I’ve found, too, that the ones that I have been able to write down in the same moment that they occurred often don’t also have the full extent of the feeling that came with it.
It’s no secret that I love to read. Reading is a dear pleasure of mine, and I’m not sure what I would do with myself if I wasn’t able to take part. It sometimes acts as an escape from reality, and sometimes it’s pleasurable entertainment that lasts longer than a standard movie. Along the way, I sometimes wonder what it would be like to walk among my favorite characters.
All throughout the day, life happens. It is in those moments where who we really are shines through. We can choose a number of things at any and every crossroad that comes before us. We can choose to let these things define us, or we can choose to rise above.
In life, people come and go – but family always remains. Sometimes it’s a family of blood, sometimes it’s a family of friends that became stronger than blood. Whatever family you have, or how many, they always hold a special place in our hearts.
New from the CAYA Clergy, here is the bi-weekly Newsletter:
Within it you will find – links to other Clergy members blogs, the New Moon working from the Fathers of Change, and information about local Bay Area events.
– Blessings –
Stepping into the frost covered wood, feeling the moss squish between my toes. Anticipating, waiting, wondering. Is anyone there? Continuing forth, honoring the trees as I pass, I hear the sounds. A crunch, a crack, a single call.