Have you ever known the best place for you to be is in silence?
Some folks find their way out of deep rivers through sharing the experience with others. They lovingly receive life and energy through the heartfelt communication with friends.
Some folks tend to find the strength required to find their way through silent stillness and inner transformation that lovingly retreats from too much talk.
A lot of change has transpired in my life in the past two years, and some things required action and courage not common to me. I admit, I had to retreat into my stillness to find my own ability to “see” things for what they are rather than how they appear.
I have been contacted personally by many readers and that lovingly extension is sincerely appreciated. Others, have wished me well in your own way, and I am grateful. If you are reading this note today after my silent withdrawal, I appreciate that you would take note of my post and visit.
I am so eager now to wander the globe of blogs and visit my friends and family in the blogosphere.
In the Grace of the Moment,
P.S. I read a post that describes my experience so well. The author, Jennifer, describes how a stick became a person. I can’t help but think of how silence became my strength. Check out this uplifting entry: