Row Your Boat
“We must row in whatever boat we find ourselves in.”― Christie Watson, Tiny Sunbirds, Far Away
Less angst, paralysis and analysis about the boat you are in.
Or comparing to other boats.
In action rather than inaction.
Listening, faith, movement.
The path unfolds in the traveling, the daily rowing.
Unknowing, unlearning to see what lies beneath the surface.
Emergence at the right time, slower than our demands.
Ready and steady.
Answers and more questions leading to more clarity, discernment.
Live in, with and through the questions.
Row the boat. Your boat.
“We make our way through Everything like thread passing through fabric, giving shape to images that we ourselves do not know.”― Rainer Maria Rilke