Full Cup, Thirsty SpiritPosted: January 8, 2013 Filed under: 365 Meditation Challenge, books, Digital Art, Earth, goals, health, home, Mindfulness, nature, Photography, Quotes, reviews, Spirit, winter | Tags: Book review, books, Karen Horneffer-Ginter, MaidinSun Photography, nature, Outdoors, Photography, quotes, TLC Book Tours, water, wildflowers, winter 34 Comments
I’ve come to see that any journey we take around living consciously, growing personally, or serving others is inevitably influenced by our dance of forgetting and remembering — and then forgetting and remembering again. Maybe it’s not that we ever fully forget, but our awareness of our intentions ebbs and flows as the demands of life tug us in different directions.
These rhythms of showing up fully and getting knocked off-balance are not that different from the movements of ocean waves as they rush onto shore and withdraw into the sea. They’re an inherent part of life, and any conversation about finding balance or nourishing ourselves needs to take this ebb and flow into account.
~ Karen Horneffer-Ginter, Ph.D., Full Cup, Thirsty Spirit