After finishing yesterday’s thoughts on generous persistence I walked up the valley.
It takes time to adjust our perspective and the physical rhythm of walking helps, wherever we are.
Readjusting my gaze, I started to notice an abundance of generous persistence all around me.
The new fern shoots starting to unfurl through the dusty ground. A recently felled willow trunk spouting gorgeous deep reddy-purple leaf buds, that change to green as they open up. And the birds that just never stop singing.
This fruitful tenacity is all around.
And it’s in us, naturally, if we give it space to breathe and grow.
I suspect the only rate limiting factor is hope. Perhaps we can borrow some from each other and the world around us…
It’s amazing what tiny, little seeds can produce.
Finding your voice: find your hope.