i owe it to my colleagues, clients, friends, and family to make each decision with well thought-out and prayed-for intent.
i owe it to the universe to sit and listen what it has to say.
i owe it to myself to find the virtue in stillness.
“i like what i’m hearing,” a friend and colleague tells me, when i voice my thoughts about going slower. she’s known me for 18 years. she’s seen me at my most obsessed best and nitpicky worst. my rages, deep and trivial.
here we go.