May we all have more of what feeds our soul. Find ourselves in that place that calls us back and we lose track of time.
May we have the love of those who love us and leave us there, alone.
Because they love so well the we we are when we’ve been in that place that causes us to be us, they’ve learned we are better from being there.
Happiest of New Years to all my followers as I’ve decided “still” is my word and my place.
And tonight, at midnight I’ll add some color and I’ll begin or complete some paragraphs.
And then I will pray before sleep.
I want to be doing what I want to be doin’ all year.
Because like greens and black eyed peas, cornbread and pork on tomorrow, I believe and am all in for tradition and I’m so very much anticipating what God will do when I finally get better at being still.
Crazy how exciting stillness can be.
Happy New Year, ya’ll!
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