Reader comment on Sister Marilyn Lacey's passage ...
On Jan 2, 2015 Kristin Pedemonti wrote:|
Creating welcoming space for others means extending our hearts and souls outward and realizing that as we allow ourselves to Know strangers, there are no strangers. I've lived this way for several years and it's made all the difference whether through sharing Free Hugs with someone or conversation on the streets with homeless or couchsurfing (staying in a stranger's home while traveling or hosting a stranger in my own living space). Creating welcoming space offers so many opportunities for our own hearts to expand and grow. It brings so much more joy into our lives. It has now transformed for me to serve others to share their Story; whether of survival or hope or overcoming adversity or innovation, it is providing a welcoming space for someone to speak and be listened to. And then sharing the stories with others. Transformative! Grateful!
On Jan 3, 2015 navinsata wrote:
true love is infinite, no boundries of ego left, to find that state of mind heart , one opens heart ,where there is no more ego no more you yours ,me mine left. only unconditional love shine everywehre.always love n n c