Friday, August 10, 2012
Renewing, Refreshing Rain
The falling rain outside my window quiets me. The world closes in and brings my focus back to home. Back to here. Back to now.
When it rains I don’t feel pressure to get out and run errands. The rain reminds me that there is much I can do right here.
Such focus makes me feel like I am capable of more.
I think of the garden drinking up, soaking in, then bursting forward with the next sun. I think of the meals I’ll be able to prepare. Fresh, grown from love meals. That’s the best kind, yet unfortunately not the norm.
But what if we all felt rain the same way? Drinking up, soaking in, and bursting forth with new energy.
Imagine the possibilities.
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