Weathering the Storm by Kirsten Harris
I’ve been thinking about how important it is to to keep a steady course in the midst of a storm, and that maintaining a steady course is a balancing act that requires courage, patience and trust.
I notice people sail mentally into the eye of the storm and then wonder why they feel anxious, stressed, depressed, lost or fearful.
In a storm, find calm waters. Anchor up if you can. Still your mind, still your body. The calm waters are within.
Or be like a horse!
Horses stick their bums to the wind to weather the force of the storm, resting in the most sheltered spot they can find. As my friend nicely put it, ‘animals blend’ with a storm.
Trees rooted to the ground, blend too. Weak rooted trees fall!
I drew this image last year but it seems apt for where we are in 2020, so thought I would share it.