I probably should not do this, but I’m going to give it a try.
I’ve been saying that alot lately.
But I can’t get this new word out of my mind. It keeps poking at me like a teenage boy, always hungry and refusing to be satisfied unless I respond. In the past, I have been quick to respond, staying up all night to find a solution to a problem, a satisfactory reply to the new idea rattling in my head.
However, writing the book proposal has been a call to slow down and think differently. Lately, writing has been less like a frenzied response to a craving and more like the slow opening of an oyster shell.
The outside of the oyster, covered in sand, barely protrudes from the coastal surface. But once the beachcomber picks up her newly found treasure and cleanses it in the ocean’s incoming waves, the shell’s surface glimmers iridescent patterns — lavender, bright blues and subtle pinks.
And then begins the anticipation. [Read more…] about Bodytruth: A New Way