The Great Withholding

I mentioned a few days ago that I published a piece to the public interwebs. I was talking with a good friend about it and about how free it felt in doing it, and she reminded me to be vigilant toward that which can come and stop me in my tracks. It’s true, it’s easy (and, historically quite common) for me to hold back. To stop myself in my tracks.

What I’m feeling these days (well, today anyway) is an opening. A call toward doing more of that, not holding back. But the conditions that generate withholding will present themselves, I’m sure of that. My job, when they do, is to stand in my ground and remind myself of this moment: the moment of The Great Sharing.

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