Happy New Year!
For me, this time of year is about going inward.
Instead of setting New Year's resolutions born of my own sense of failure or self-disgust and then striving to meet them, I choose to follow Nature's example.
The trees, gorgeous in their spareness, drop their life energy into the roots. We see their often-hidden form--the simple lines and intricate branching--and glimpse the sky and moon through their branches.
I'm inspired to let my energy settle into my own roots. I eat simply; meditate in candlelight on dark mornings; saunter outside every day, soaking up what sun I can; create pockets of beauty in my home that will delight me; and let go of that which doesn't inspire me (material things, ideas, habits, burdens).
How about you? Can you make space for a nourishing inward time this winter?
11/16/2019 10:17:06 am
I love to have some moments with my family and winter time is a great time for all of us because the weather is cold and there is snow outside. The cold weather is so beautiful and a great way to talk about the problems that we have and that is the essence of having a family. A family that will be present at your lowest point. I am a lovable person, especially to my family, a family that will be your guard for a long time.
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