Do you have a favorite place to go and relax or reflect? A spot you feel a little more at home in the world? Chances are it is a place your soul can breathe and open up.
Whether we are experiencing deep loss, processing an experience, or simply taking a pause from the hectic pace of modern life, we all need those places of peace.
On today’s episode Linda Lawrence Hunt describes how deep grief and loss birthed first a global foundation, then a passion for creating a warm and inviting space where countless individuals could come and find respite. She inspires us to not only find that for ourselves, but to create it in our own unique way for others.
Whether choosing new paint colors, planting a garden, cooking a savory meal, or building a fire, we can all create places where souls can breathe.
Pilgrimage Through Loss by Linda Hunt
Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl
Psalm 51: “Heart shattered lives by no means escape God’s notice”
Elements of Creating a Soul Space:
Light (candles, fireplace, etc.) – this gathers us
There are two components to hearth-making:
1 Setting up the physical space
2. Setting up the emotional space
James Baldwin “The questions we ask at last illuminate our world.”
Restless Fires (about John Muir) by Jim Hunt
“For all that has been, thanks. For all that will be, yes.” -Dag Hammarskjolds
“Cancer gives gifts and one of those gifts is you never take one day for granted, and you live with gratitude if you choose that.” – Linda Hunt
New Creation – Design for Justice
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