As today we honor the Longest Night, simply sit with this lovely image and poem from my colleague Kelly Tan. As you receive this poem, consider these questions and whatever else may be arising for you.
Imagine that it is the day after your death. Feel into the You who inhabits this liminal space.
“My grief is raw today. I live with it every day, but somedays I feel it more deeply and acutely than others. Today is one of those days. Today I feel the loss in the very marrow of my being. I grieve many things, as I think perhaps we all do when we reach a certain age and the path behind us is littered with regrets, disappointments, losses and mistakes.