Traveling the spiritual journey. Taking the inner road. Following the path that leads from the heart, that echos the soul, that opens our eyes to seeing that which is longing to be seen.
A spiritual journey is not only about religion, nor is it a singular pratice of faith, for me it is about listening, about taking time to be with ones emotions and thoughts. To listen not to the words but the song silently sung between the lines, and when heard to hold it as sacred.
To be comfortable with silence, to sit alongside of sadness, to rejoice in goodness, to yearn for beauty, to encourage, to cultivate holiness daily.
To find our way to the center of joy and claim it as our own.
May we find our way.