Sue Heatherington

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Where do your roots go?

When you are empty and tired,where do your roots go? Or what do you reach forwhen you are dry? I wonder, what satisfies your soul,  releasing hope to rise again? And where is your quiet space,where you can breathe deeply? These are precious places we need more than ever. This is sacred space.

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How can we see the unknown?

How do we seewithout sight,and knowwithout knowing? By courageouslyreleasing our grasp,relinquishing our rightto understand. Listening insteadfor heartbeats,and songsof the deep, and how waterflows, orravens dancein the wind. Only then, whenwe’ve finally let go  can we glimpsethe unknown.

how-far-can-you-see

How far can you see?

I suspect there is a limit to your physical sight. There certainly is to mine! And it depends on our vantage point. However, I also wonder if we can see further with the eyes of our hearts. And perhaps that’s what will serve us better in the coming days.

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Thoughts on emerging

Sometimes, we’re tempted to settle once we’ve crossed a costly threshold. We’re relieved and can relax. But that wasn’t the purpose of getting over the line. It was to walk on. To find out why we’re in this new place or phase. Otherwise, the draw of going back might become too alluring.