I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the water and create many ripples.
~ Mother Teresa
Stones of Hope
Women are amazing warriors, let us be fierce warriors of compassion.
There is a Japanese art form called Kintsugi, also known as the art of broken pieces. As a philosophy, it suggests that brokenness creates beauty. I love reflecting on the difficult seasons as part of our history, not as something to hide rather a celebration of our resilience.
It is our privilege as women to lift each other up, to pray for each other.
We all know pain, brokenness, and the drowning depths of despair. But have you noticed, when you look back on those desperate times, they are often the defining markers which revealed your strength, your heart, and your inner beauty?
I t is our privilege as women to come alongside our sisters
When we witness the pain and the brokenness in our world, how can we not be drawn to make a difference?
I want to be courageous in my quest to make the world better place. I believe when we seek to touch, teach, or heal, we find a part of ourselves not revealed in any other way.
I would like to encourage, no I would like to challenge you to explore a need that calls your name and reach out to serve. Whatever it may be, children, elderly, poverty, education, hunger....the needs are endless. There is no act of service too small. Together we can make great change.
Find your calling. Be the light for someone else. Cast your stone and make a ripple!