As Spring makes its presence known throughout our nation's capitol, growth and new life abound. We celebrate the blossoms of the Cherry Blossom trees, the greening of grass, and the unfurling of flowers, but we rarely - if ever - pause to consider the requisite destruction of the seed and ground from which they emerge.
Beauty in our lives is not so dissimilar. The outcomes we desire do not come about without some measure of destruction. The dream job, relationship, or mondo-beyondo goal will not simply manifest in response to our longing. We must first do the work of preparing, planting, nurturing, and waiting - often in a state of disarray.
What beautiful outcome do you crave? Can you welcome the chaos and turmoil necessary to bring it about?