I'm not a big fan of quick saying. You know the type of statements I'm talking about, right? The ones that don't really invite conversation, but exist more so the speaker has something to say.
Things like: "Time heals all wounds."
Instead of saying this - which seems to indicate that time is a bandaid - I prefer the idea of honoring time. We honor time by seeking to live fully each day - even if it means deeply feeling all that we are facing.
We also honor time by sitting with people who are going through hard things. Being present to them.
How do you honor time in a way that is healing for you?
Michelle is a Spiritual Director and End of Life Doula. She is the founder of Abide in the Spirit.
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