Rilke’s poem stirs longing to uncover who we really are and what is important to us. Facing what we have lost in order to find our true voice again
In an age of instant answers, asking and working with bigger questions is surely a powerful means of a positive change in our world. Wisdom and hope that is more than skin deep.
Getting to the essence of who we are is about finding our signature frequency and using it – growing it with faith and appreciation
What a great question to start the year! ‘Who do I want to be?’ prompts fertile reflections and practical steps, infused with integrity.
This is our ‘one wild and precious life’. Let’s make good choices and walk well – being present, refining our perspectives and engaging at the human scale.
What might we gain if we took a leaf out of the slow movement book for our life and work? Counter-cultural, but rich and rewarding. Why not!
We get so used to the way we think. It’s comfortable and familiar. But what could happen if we cranked up our curiosity and let go of just pursuing answers?