Welcome to Dare Boldly.
In this place, you’ll find my art and words and thoughts on living life leaning into the edge of possibility, beyond the confines of my comfort zone. Unless otherwise noted, what you see here is my original work and words.
In this place I am committed to living from a place where I must Dare Boldly to be my true self, to live by my principles and explore the world outside the boundaries of my comfort zone. That means that I must live bravely in the moment. I must let go of expectation and judgement, to be present to whatever is asking to appear, unfold, become in the now. And in the process, I’m looking to inspire acts of grace in everyday living. To be conscious of the creative tension within each moment to live and breathe and be grace-filled. To be a conduit for grace for all the world to know.
It is an adventure. A journey. A mystical voyage into the exploration of that state of being that says, I am perfectly magnificent in all my human being, yin and yang, dark and light, perfect in all my human imperfections.
I want to connect with you through our shared human condition. Our shared magnificence. I want to celebrate the divine in each of us and the wonder of all I meet, here in this place called “Blog Land” and out there in the big wonderful world I inhabit.
Welcome. And thank you for sharing in this journey. Together, we can inspire and commit acts of grace in everyday living that will make a world of difference for everyone.
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Below is something to soothe your spirit and bring you grace while you read. I found it when the author of My One Life Today dropped by for a visit — one of the gifts of Blog Land. It was so beautiful and soothing, I wanted to share it here.