If you can see your path laid out in front of you step by step, you know it’s not your path. Your own path you make with every step you take. That’s why it’s your path.-—Joseph Campbell

Thank You

We are not what we know but what we are willing to learn.  Mary Catherine Bateson

I come to this space each morning to practice sharing.  I do this to move beyond the thoughts in my head and the scribblings in my journal.  I want to move away from the perceived safety of my home.

Every day I face this challenge, word by word and baby step by baby step, because I fear living in an isolation of my carefully constructed reality.

You dear readers, whoever (whomever?) you are, are important to this process.

You have visited, “liked,” and commented on these posts. When I read over previous posts, I recognize a building confidence.  What might happen if I am more willing to share with the people around me?

And for today, that is what I am willing to learn.


Comments on: "Thank You" (5)

  1. I love the post today. The quote is exactly the spirit of something I posted about on my blog recently. Inspirational!

  2. Oh Laura, I love this. The gift of giving of oneself, of sharing, is one of revelation and of boomerang as it comes back to you. I look forward to sharing this post in a couple of weeks on my blog.

  3. Please keep sharing, please keep writing.


  4. Loved this post! It perfectly describes the feelings I experience when I put my thoughts out there. It’s refreshing for me, makes me feel alive! Can’t wait to read more!! Thank you again for such a great article!!

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