You’ve done enough watering my friend. It’s time to be garden for once.
— Spiritual Asylum —
To all our bold, and brilliant, and beautiful:
And anyone else who has relentlessly and unabashedly spent years, decades, and lifetimes being the soil, the sunlight, and the rain to everyone and everything else.
It’s harvest season.
A gentle reminder sometimes, we can pour so very much of our
Into everyone and everything around us that we forget that at some point, every gardener needs time.
Time to carve out space to flourish
Time to nourish their own roots
Time to finally be the garden
A gentle reminder that it’s not only okay — it’s necessary to take a break from being a constant source of life to everyone around you and plug into your own life source.
It’s not only okay — it’s necessary for you to
Unabashedly choose yourself
It’s not only okay — it’s necessary to (re)discover the things that bring your spirit
To (re)discover the things that bring your spirit Purpose in a season where you’ve finally put the watering can down.
It’s not only okay — it’s necessary for you to actively and unapologetically switch from gardener to garden.
Curiously wondering what may take root, grow, and thrive in this season is a different kind of Freedom.
Today’s Soft Never
Today, let’s put a Soft Never on the cultural lie that tells us we can never switch from gardener to garden. Let’s recognize that pouring into everyone and everything else around us is good and worthy work — but so is making the conscious effort to pour into ourselves.
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