There are just two things on my mind right now: Japan and the time change. One is weighing heavy on my heart and the other has turned me into a zombie. Both have affected the way I view my life. How can two things so different in severity–a natural disaster and a loss of an hour–have anything to do with each another?
For me, it crowns time as King and places everything else as a lesser priority. What we choose to spend time in our lives suddenly becomes clearer. Like the grains of sand falling in an hourglass, time slips away putting a spotlight on the impact hardship and an hour loss have on what’s really important. It forces me to ask what moments should I be spending more time on and which ones should I lay to rest?
As we begin a new week, our bloggers have a pulse on Japan. You’ll see a few posts here on the impact of the tragedy along with a few other posts on relationships and creativity. We’re going through a difficult time right now, but hope we can stand together and get through it with love, hope and unity.
(Coming Out Crazy) – Why would Sandy Naiman decide to embrace the role of Emotional Health Advocate instead of Mental Health Advocate? She explains in this self-reflective post.
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