“Man becomes great when he thinks great thoughts, and to think great thoughts he must transcend the limitations and circumscribed conditions of the person, and mentally enter into the world of the great and the superior.” Christian D. Larson
How often do we fail to appreciate those that are with us and all the ways they can enrich ours lives. Keep this in mind as you read the following.
Originally posted on The Manifest-Station:
I am publishing this from the snowy Berkshires of Massachusetts where I am leading a retreat at Kripalu. It had been one of the single most incredible moments of my life. This piece was written by Heather McKearnan who joined my retreat at the last minute, along with her mother. Heather’s father passed away just last week so she happened to be in the next town over (she lives in Santa Fe) and, in her words, “there was no option of her NOT being here”. What a gift it was to have Heather and Betsey here all weekend. Below is what Heather wrote last week. The night her father passed.
Tomorrow I Will Wake Up Without a Dad by Heather Mckearnan.
I wrote this the night my dad died. I should write and I don’t and your writing has made me want to.
Tomorrow I am going to wake up…
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Thank you Samantha for this inspirational story. We sometimes do need to put ourselves out there to find our dream.
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