I watched a movie the other day called “Life, Itself.” At one point a character in it had an Aha moment about story writing and life:
- Our lives are our stories, and become told as we live them out.
- The narrator tells our story. Due to varying perceptions, both between and within individuals, the idea is made that we all are an Unreliable Narrator .
- Life unfolds and occasionally throws us curve balls.
- Life itself is actually the unreliable narrator.
To get the details better, go watch the movie. My point here is that I was really struck with how, basically, shit can happen no matter how you are otherwise writing your story. I mean the knock-your-world-off-its-axis-there-is-no-going-back kind. Except that perceived another way, it is possible that it could actually end up to be an unforeseen, potentially beautiful memoir.
And then… shit happened. Read More
I will not attempt to control another’s experience.
I got to live this the other day, and I tell you, I am having a completely different and much more elevated experience of relationship. If you have ever questioned your long-term compatibility with your spouse, a friend, or even your children, then read on. Read More
When your loved ones are seeing through a lens of frustration and negativity, do you help them see another way by sharing your perspective of optimism and light?
How does that go for you? For myself, I have noticed that as a species we seem to have an underwhelming appreciation for being offered a way out of wallowing when we didn’t request it. (Myself included. How about you?) In the past I’ve used some helpful approaches to keep me sane in this situation, but the other day I learned one that blew my mind, leveled me up, and elevated not only myself but my relationship. Read More
Love yourself. Don’t wait for someone else to love you. Don’t wait until you lose weight, find the love of your life, or get that dream job. The time is NOW, just as you are. You are enough. If you hold ANY story that gets in the way of you loving yourself, let it go. Rewrite your story.
–Carrie-Anne Moss, Fierce Grace Collective
Happy New Year:
Resolve to know that you are already whole.
Much, much love to you.
Blessed be. Read More