I was on a group video call on Sunday with a wonderful gathering of women, as is the ‘new normal’ for gathering in groups these days. The host and my friend, Jody began by stating, “We may be living in strange times, but we are not strangers.” So poignant and true.
As we settle into new ways of living and working, it’s essential we also create new ways of loving and connecting. Relating, to ourselves and one another, is the lifeblood of our existence. While the ways we relate are shifting, they’re not going away…they mustn’t go away.
We are necessary to one another, for surviving and thriving. So, seek out and create new ways of connecting and embracing…yourself, one another and the world.
“If you could cross the ice floes and keep heading North and pass through a wall of circling winds, you would get to a place where people love one another and know neither enmity nor spite. Those people have only one leg each, and nobody can move independently, but they love each other and walk around embracing and loving. The more they love, the tighter they embrace and the better they can walk and even run, faster than the wind. But when they stop loving, they immediately stop embracing and they die. When they love they can achieve miracles.” (Red Snow, Topol, 1986)
With Grace, Kimble
P.S. Let’s do this together! Here are 3 ways to get started…
1. Are you eager to get past the struggle and fear? It’s all about shifting your inner focus. I’d love to be your catalyst for change. Here's my calendar link to make finding time for us to connect easy
2. Are you ready now…to rise above the fray? Here’s a link to my new offering – Transition Support Services, your first session is free!
3. Learn new strategies for connecting to others. Here's a link to my free Core Instincts Quiz