life- to death- to life.

life - to death - to life, digital drawing Sometimes we have to let the "once was" die so we can experience the fullness of "what is" and trust in the journey to "what will be". life - to death - to life. I believe this is true of all living things. It is played out beautifully in nature in many amazing and fascinating ways. It is also a human experience seen in relationships, and in our personal emotional, physical and spiritual journey. It is to be remembered on Easter and Earth day and every day in between. It is the ebb and flow of life and it is beautiful and broken. There is pain, grief, sadness, suffering, desolation, fear, trembling, and darkness and there is also love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, forgiveness, fullness and light. Be aware of the new growth breaking out from the dirt and have gratitude for those moments. life - to death - to life.