The idea of “Letting your Life Speak” is often taken to mean using your life as an example of how you want others to view you, using your actions as a reflection of your values.  I like people who put their money where their mouth is, or in our case, put our actions where our money isn’t 😉

This book challenges that the phrase, “Let your life speak” also means listening to your life, and letting your life speak to you.  Listening to the times when you felt most happy, alive, in tuned with the world.  Your life may take you in a different direction than you planned.

My life spoke in whispers, and gentle nudges. (and plenty of shouts and thonks on the head, too…)

Listening to what felt right has lead me here. To a life I love.

I think I’ve found my vocation.


About EratMama

30 something midwestern gal, married to another 30 something midwestern gal, conquering depression, rockin' foster parent.
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