To appreciate what comes.
To be curious.
To talk to the monsters.
To dance dance dance!
When people are in their stuff.
But they don’t know they’re in their stuff, and they have NOT developed the ability to take responsibility for their stuff.
There is not much I can do in this situation, other than:
a) give them a hug.
b) meet my frustration with understanding and love.
c) meet their frustration with understanding and love.
This is one of the great challenges of....oh, being alive.
I know I’m getting better at it, but man, it’s still a lot of work sometimes.
"The irony of commitment is that it's deeply liberating -- in work, in play, in love."
~~ Anne Morriss
Went for a wonderful but difficult four hour walk on 3 April 2011 in Garigal National Park. This view is overlooking Bantry Bay, Sydney.
We came upon a beautiful rock formation on our walk - Garigal National Park, April 2011
We stopped for lunch in Bantry Bay and this very friendly Kookaburra was very happy to have his photograph taken. I was only a couple of feet away from him taking this shot.