May I help you find your verse?

May I help you find your verse?

 “That you are here—that life exists, and identity; That the powerful play goes on, and you will contribute a verse.”

Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass

As we awake to this journey and embrace our role, it is the process of life that unfolds before our eyes. We are here at this point in time, dressed in a personality that is all our own, armed with talents and skills that will aid us on the path of our choosing. Yet, thankfully, we are never alone in this life. We are introduced daily to different characters placed along the way to participate in the powerful play that goes on. We are presented with angels in time, our tribe, who are in our lives for a reason, season or a lifetime, each one serving a distinct purpose. All present so that we can better discover our own unique purpose through challenges, celebrations, companionship and conviviality. Grateful once again that we do not have to go it alone, turning to the other offering a warm embrace, asking so simply, in this powerful play of life, how may I help you find your verse?  images-1

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