We all experience reasons why we need to cope. And coping can be good; it’s how we care for ourselves.
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Howard Thurman - Week 3 Surprisingly, I don’t think I’ve ever explained why I named my Substack “gather the inklings,” so here we go. I understand…
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loving these newsletters? share with a friend! inspiration “To Be Alive” To be alive; not just the carcass But the spark. That’s crudely put, but… If…
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loving these newsletters? share with a friend! Today’s art is a lovely photograph of Howard Thurman. inspiration “I want each of you to think seriously…
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one should tread the earth with a deep lying awe and reverence
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Howard Thurman — Week 1 It is no secret the weight we have been holding, as a people, for these past few years. If COVID was the only story, it would be…
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coping is normal “I found in my research that the biggest reason people aren’t more self-compassionate is that they are afraid they’ll become…
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On trying to find peace with who I am
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loving these newsletters? share with a friend! Today’s art is “body wisdom” by LineaSagasserArts. inspiration “There's a world of difference . . …
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How can we reorder our lives toward our soul deep rest, our quiet inner purpose, our praiseful thanksgiving?
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loving these newsletters? share with a friend! inspiration “The longing comes when one realizes one has given scant time to the mystic cookfire or to…
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loving these newsletters? share with a friend! Content Warning: Today’s e-mail shares a quote offered in response to the white supremacist mass shooting…
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