Grip

Posted on | February 25, 2015 | 2 Comments

as read October 5, 2013

Grip

“‘Look, the wind vane fluttering in the autumn breeze takes hold of certain things that cannot be held.’ –Feng Chih.

When we think we are losing our grip, we have good reason to look up. Consider the moon suspended in the sky, how it continues to come and go, follows its natural law, and never really loses face. Consider the sun, the stars, the seasons, how they refuse to abandon us, to let go of their hold on our lives. And, come closer to home, we can marvel at the magic of small efficient things – the toaster and stove, the light in the room, the words in a good book that are permanent, faithful, and clear. We can consider how music, without saying a word, still speaks to us, and how a few friends, maybe miles away, continue to hang on to the strength of our small and faithful words. We can keep in mind that we are part of a complex and loving system, and our grip can never be lost.”

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2 Responses to “Grip”

  1. Pam Lee
    November 25th, 2015 @ 10:48 am

    I was wondering after reading most of her blog… how is Monica? I hope she found the love that she deserves.

  2. admin
    November 30th, 2015 @ 11:29 am

    Dear Pam – thank you for reaching out, I feel your hope and feel connected to know there are people who found some hope and validation in my story. To make a two-year story short – I am well. Very well. 🙂 I will start posting again, to catch up to where I am now…which was always my goal from the beginning, so many years ago. All my love. Monica

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