Do you live well?
It might take a moment to decide how to answer that. Most of the time, I feel like I do live well. For me, living well means finding a way to be true to the things that I value most: leading a life of simplicity, being satisfied with enough, embracing the natural world and empowering those whose paths intersect with my own. It means being able to adapt to the misfortunes and troubles of a human life, living fully in each moment, and holding a sense of joy at my center. Resiliency, along with a joyful presence, allows me to be fully alive, fully engaged in my every day, and fully able to be the person I am called to be.
Caring for myself, creation and others allows me to live as whole person – mind, body and spirit. Wellness is multi-dimensional and requires alignment of…
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