Accepting the Flow and Letting Go

“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.”  ~ Anaïs Nin

A website I found called “Aging Abundantly” spoke to me one day saying:

Aging Abundantly is here for you ~ the woman who is in the midst of the greatest transformation of her life ~ you who are arising from the ashes of your life as maiden and mother and emerging to don the glorious crown of the wise woman and crone.

If you’ve been reading my writing, you know that I struggle with “the greatest transformation of my life” — letting go of my young adult children and my mother who has Alzheimer’s disease.  You’d think I could get on with it, but it’s a process; and writing helps with the process.

Click here to go to Aging Abundantly, and to read my latest reflections on letting go, called “Finding Courage.”

I’m getting there.

I’m further along than I was last summer when I wrote “Adjusting Under My Rock.”

Still, you’ll probably see more on this topic, because I have more to say about love, mid-life, and letting go.

With Much Love,

Joanne

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