Look what I’ve been doing! I crocheted my first ever afghan. I taught myself via Youtube. It took 49.5 hours over six weeks.
A few things I learned along the way:
- It’s super fun to dabble with things out of your comfort zone.
- It’s okay not to know what you’re doing.
- Expect mistakes.
- Sometimes you have to begin again where you are.
- You will curse.
An old friend of mine, Scott Moore, passed away yesterday.
Scott and I haven’t been close for a long time. Years and life can do that to friendships. But he will always hold a special place in my heart.
You see, Scott was one of those people you randomly cross paths with that show you a new way of being.
He was the first free-thinker I ever met up close and in person.
Here we are in the middle of a Global Pandemic. Life is super weird right now, and we’re all trying to navigate our way through the uncertainty as best we can.
One thing that’s helped me is focusing on what I call Pockets of Joy.
Pockets of Joy are small things occuring in my day that help me to tune into the joyful, loving, being that I am.
Some of these things are activities,
Religion and Spirituality are they the same, or are they different?
This question has been posed to me a lot lately. Clients, house guests, and even a random magazine article I stumbled across yesterday all raise this question of religion and spirituality.
(I’ve learned that when the Universe presents me something in 3’s, I’m to pay attention to it.)
So, here are my thoughts on this topic.
Traditional religions provide answers.