As It Was

Healing became

less of something

to figure out

after a while.

It began to feel

more like a sacred


as I began to place

my focus

more and more

in my heart.

Instead of trying

so hard to create,

I began to notice

the natural way

I was pulled to

notice life

around me

and inside.

I found myself

holding and letting go

of all that crossed

my path —

as the two became one

delicate movement.

Quiet prayers

were whispered

and symptoms disappeared.

But by that time,

it didn’t really

matter so much

exactly what happened

on the surface

because there was

something tender

in meeting life

exactly as it was.

5 thoughts on “As It Was”

  1. Love this! I love your posts and can relate so much to each one, and the steps along the way of your journey! Look forward to reading these each day ๐Ÿ’•

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    1. I can feel your art too. Artists are so important right now. Blessings.
      I sometimes think about stopping writing… But then someone shows up to encourage me to keep going. I’m honored to share my small pieces of hope. Keep going too.
      — Laurie๐Ÿ™

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