“To remain whole, be twisted.
Become bent, and be straightened.
Become hollow, and be filled.
Wear out, and be renewed.”
(22nd stanza of the Tao)
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you are a cool cat who has helped me alot over the years thru your websites. the way you present stuff makes me think and feel differntly. i guess that is your whole point. like you have said – “shift and move beyond” i miss your facebook and twitter updates, but understand the reason you gave for ducking out.
Thanks for the lovely quote from the Tao, and the soul-nourishing photo. The quote I needed to hear today, as someone who needs reminding about the cycle of life.
Hope all is well with you.
Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.
Gotta love what springs from the minds of women!
I can’t find your email address here to get in touch with you.
I was just wondering if you mind if I used the photo and quote for my blog post this week (I’ll of course link to your site). This whole theme (trusting that I will be filled up again) is part of my personal learning this week.
Let me know if that works for you! Thanks.
Hi Kara, please, by all means – take what you & your readers need. Make it more and merrier. Attribution (link-back) is righteous and mucho appreciated.
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