Peering into a sidewalk crack, we see a dark-light. Our country struggles in a dark-light of pandemic exhaustion and fear. We lie between the old and new ways.
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If you are wrestling with a big transition, patience is magic. It’s a key that unlocks confusion, fear, and feeling stuck.
What if you were the only passenger walking in an airport at midnight? It happened to me. I was on the last flight into Dulles Airport in Washington, DC.
Every tree needs healthy roots to survive. Every family needs a sense of its history and cultural roots. And in a big transition, you are grounded in the roots of what you value most.
Have you ever felt “transition fatigue?” Most likely you have had to juggle two, three, or more transitions at the same time. You get a new job that requires moving shortly after you get married. You and your spouse both retire from long careers. An elderly relative needs your constant care just as you decide […]
Like most of you, I sometimes observe the need to “get out of my comfort zone” in some part of my life. Time to grow and try something new. And that’s a good thing, right? But thinking about a potential stretch seems easier than walking into the “discomfort zone” of transitions.