No such thing as an unimportant day
I love the quote by Alexander Woollcott:
“There’s no such thing in anyone’s life as an unimportant day.”
And. It’s really tough to remember this… or even feel this when you’re operating inside a season of grief or heartbreak. It might even feel annoying, this quote.
I hear clients share that they are scared or mad that “life is passing them by”... Definitely understand the feeling and empathize… it can be so baffling to not know how to disengage and allow for even a few minutes to feel something else.
Something less charged. A feeling that is calmer, more peaceful… I’ve even wished for feeling less intense… I think I’ve prayed to feel “more neutral” about many losses… just so I could feel like I could have a break.
The thing is, It’s time that goes by, impersonally and no matter what…
This is a real path. In your real life.
Even the painful moments are part of each important day.
For those who are ready to step onto the path of more intentional healing, more specific support around reclaiming a sense of aliveness, this is your invitation to reach out directly and schedule your free Connection Call with me now.
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