Sacred vulnerability

Whirling, 2014

 

There is a place, high on a mountain, where the wind blows fiercely.
They say this place is cleansing;
weary travelers on the road of life go there to release their burdens and learn new insights.
The catch to this cleansing: the wind blows away self-deceit. It exposes personal truths. If you ask a lone traveler a simple question, even a “how are you?” as she leaves the mountain, she will tell you the full answer.

This place is one of sacred vulnerability.

– from summer 2012

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2 responses to this post.

  1. This is beautiful. I love the words.

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