May I listen before I speak, walk before I run, and stop making quick assumptions. May I keep pace with the rhythm of small things and offer the gift of with-ness without hesitation, expectation, or regret.
Enjoy your weekend, friends. Here are some good reads for along the way:
- This is Where I Ask For Your Help by Shannan Martin, because I’m voting for her to go to Rwanda and maybe you’ll want to, too.
- You Look Ridiculous in That Outfit by Seth Godin, because people who care go first.
- What the Butterfly Knows by Sharon Hodde Miller, because I learn best from people who work hard in obscurity.
- May Sabbath by Lore Ferguson, because when you write soul-words for extended periods of time, you need to take some time off.