On the edge – I sit still, take a deep breath and I pray

We all have things as need to do to keep an even keel — blogging, exercising, reading, cooking. What’s yours?

You wouldn’t think I could successfully sit still, just like that, given that my days begin early and end really, really late which leaves little — if no time at all — to be still. But I find that even the silence of sitting a while in a restroom stall and just taking a deep breath helps me to get my bearings straight again. And when needed, I pray. I say thanks, or I ask for clarity, or I just say hello to the big boss upstairs, and even without asking, I feel part if not all of the burden is taken away.

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I, too, have my own space but find that who I am and what I am sometimes prevents me from speaking freely. I want to provide a sounding board to others who feel the need to write anonymously from time to time. View all posts by Byline Anonymous

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