It is the impermanence of life that gives us perspective. As we come in contact with life’s precarious nature, we also come to appreciate its preciousness. Then we don’t want to waste a minute. We want to enter our lives fully and use them in a responsible way. Frank Ostaseski
in the middle and at the end of life
I am a daughter, a sister, a granddaughter, a friend. I am a mother of 4 (only 3 walk the earth). I was a stay at home mom, I am now a working mom. I have divorced, remarried and am now a widow. I am a student, I am a teacher. I have had many roles. I have had many transitions.
What has held me through it all is finding special people along the way, the ones that seem beyond a teacher or mentor. They are the ones that SEE ME. They challenge me in ways I yearn to be challenged. They hold space in a way that is so safe I expose my underbelly. They hold me while I cry and laugh with me as we face the joy of being human, together.
My quest is to offer this same space, energy and time to others. I consider it a blessing and gift to work with people at their edge, and, as a wise elder has taught me, the edge is where fear and courage meet.
If you’re interested in walking your edge, make contact.
I hope we have a chance to connect.
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