This is my contribution for Frank of Dutch Goes The Photo’s weekly challenge, street. Frank, I found a very unique “street” in one of the most gorgeous parks of the world, and I’m bravely walking it with love.
I’m on my way to Colorado for a retreat. It all happened really fast, and given all that I have to “do”, it doesn’t make logical sense.
And I’m doing it for the love of a partner …. we’re driving from L.A. and it’s a trip of my heart.
I almost didn’t go, and then I realized that life ALWAYS happens, and that I’ll likely have a lot to do.
So if I don’t go now, when would I? I’m really opening my heart, and it feels so vulnerable and beautiful all at the same time.
Time for forgiving:
1 – I forgive myself for judging myself as too busy to be with my partner. I forgive myself for judging myself for using busy-ness as something to hide behind and avoid fully living.
2 – I let all my concerns about love go into the Light, and I affirm that I am love & really beautiful. And I am always safe to love.
3 – I am so grateful to have this blog to share my forgiving process. It is such a space of healing – thank you all so much.
We’re currently in Zion and leaving tomorrow for our next adventure. I took a photo as we started on our very first hike. Here I am, courageously taking my steps with confidence, knowing that the love – well, it starts inside of me.
I love you!
ps – here’s a poem I wrote at a waterfall on one of our hikes:
Peer Over the Edge
Oh as I hiked +
saw the cliff’s
Worse than this
fear of death,
is what, oh
what does happen
each time I
judge. Crying out, once
again to find
solace. Beloved it
is not out
there, no speak
“I choose to
“I chose to
speak the words, “I am
the love.” Ah,
now the peek