States of being in time

Is there a difference between waiting and being patient? I think there may be, depending on our orientation. For many of us, waiting has a sense of being static and outward focussed. Who or what are we waiting for? Whereas being patient may be about our inner attitude. Holding something until it’s ripe or ready …

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Seeing beyond the first glance

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”  + variously attributed to Viktor Frankl, Stephen Covey and others Compared with previous generations, we live in the fast lane. And the frenetic pace of virtually everything trains …

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Unveiling the unseen

What we think we seeis only surface,  simply caught inthe angle of light; colourful texturescatching our attentiondistracting us fromthe deeper work of patiently andpassionately waitingfor the unseento be revealed. ~ Stimulated by a delightful conversation with Josie Mackenzie on the extraordinary alchemy of creating plant dyes.

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