My father taught me to sail in a small, orange-sailed boat he built himself. “If you get into trouble out there,” he said, nodding to the Northumberland Strait, “just let go of everything.”
Good to keep top of mind: No one gets out of here alive. Things will go wrong.
I cannot know and love you more than I know and love myself.
No one poses the question more soulfully than Marvin Gaye does: What’s going on? The fact is, we don’t know what Life is or what it’s doing. Just ask Job. He’ll tell you.
We think we are moving forward but that is not all we do. We also move backward. The last movement in my Qigong series is just that—two steps forward, two steps back. Good long walks are restorative but they too return us to the place we started from.