After Egypt I live in a more observing state. I just don't want to be part or identify myself with stories based on drama or fear anymore.
My soul wants to detach of everything and wants to be free. Free to begin living FULLY from the soul level. Not just a bit or one piece, no, ONLY soul business. TOTALLY from the heart.
Making that choice has consequences. The detachment begins.
The confrontation with the earthly business. The confrontation with the personality.
The challenge to not get lost in all the old stories again.
Pfieuw it's so tempting and it happens so fast!
That's why I'm happy to have an altar.
And that Isis is present. It's really helpful to sit here and to give expression to all the madness of this world.
To pray and to come back to what really matters.
“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success”. -Edward Everett Hale
When first starting Sarah’s Garden, I actually wanted to play small and here’s why... my background is in retail and restaurant management and having staffing issues was always the hardest on me. I wanted to know that I could handle the whole thing alone if need be. But over the years I’ve learned that it’s also the people behind a business that make it grow into something spectacular. Every time you bring someone in it’s a risk, however the reward is absolutely worth it. I can’t sing enough praises for my wonderful team. Especially @annepoe. She came to Sarah’s Garden as a Godsend when I needed help so badly and stays steadfast and true even when it’s the most stressful. And gets into a little Kenny & Dolly Christmas in a cold garage, too! ❤️ #teamworkmakesthedreamwork#businessbuiltforlife photo @welacreative muah @thelillierose