To willingly reside in our distress, no longer resisting what is,
is the real key to transformation.
As painful as it may be to face our deepest fears, we do reach the point where it’s more painful not to face them.
This is a pivotal point in the practice of life.
One spring day, I was walking in the 40 acre wood.
One never knows what is hiding amongst the trees, the fallen leaves.
Deer bones are not treasures of the usual sort,
like antique playground equipment or a teacup.
Deer bones are reminders.