Our Deepest Wisdom


There is wisdom in everything. Sometimes I have trouble seeing or feeling it and for me that means something is in the way. My ego. My hard-set beliefs. My fears. My reaction to chaos. My need to create drama. All of those can cloud my view of the wisdom in others, in situations, in elections. And in me. I’ve been digging deep lately while reading headlines and social media posts and while listening to sound bytes. Trying to stay connected to that inner wisdom. Trying to remain centered in my heart and grounded in clarity.

Note: This image is from GaiaField Project and WiseUSA Initiative, both dedicated to subtle activism.


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