In a time of uncertainty, I often descend into quiet and solitude. It’s a defense mechanism on some level. Solitude is also a space to heal and dig deep for answers.
This holiday has seen me doing a great deal of introspection and healing.
I have never experienced so many changes in such a short time as the last 10 weeks have thrown at me.
I was reeling and unsettled. I needed to reconnect with myself and find my purpose again.
Rumi, Khalil Gibran, Rupi Kaur and Osho have been my go-to reads.
As I write this, the tenacious early morning light filters softly into my bedroom where the curtains are drawn. It’s a metaphor. It’s an awakening. It’s important.
These words on rebellion by Osho have resonated strongly within me, so I’m sharing them with you: