Crossing The Threshold of Change

I don’t often reblog another blogger’s WordPress post, there’s something about reblogging (to me anyway) that feels almost like plagiarism. Like I said, it “feels” like that to me. I just hope Karen from “Living In This Moment” doesn’t mind that I am doing so, but here goes. I always find the posts on Karen’s blog insightful, elegant and compassionate. Thought provoking and meaningful, this post spoke to me as Karen’s blog always tends to do …

LIVING IN THIS MOMENT

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“Life is a process of becoming, a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it. This is a kind of death.”

Anais Nin

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8 thoughts on “Crossing The Threshold of Change

    • Thanks, Shelley … I hope you’re well. Karen’s post about “having the courage to leave one way of being and enter another, without looking back” and using John O’Donohue’s timeless wisdom from his book really resonated with me as well. And Happy Spring to you, if we ever actually get there!

  1. Thanks for sharing this inspirational post! I love routine and hate change, but thinking about life’s changes as a “threshold” to cross and to embrace makes sense here–makes me not dread change so much:)

    • You’re welcome, Cecilia! I know from your blog that you love routine and hate change, especially if that routine and change gets interrupted by one of your temperamental kitchen appliances! I don’t share posts often, and although my last two posts have been re-blogs/shares, they both spoke to me, and especially this one of Karen’s. Take care of you, Nate, and Alex … hope your spiralizer is still working …🙂

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