open invitation no. 15: constant

Some things never change.

There might be magic waiting to be discovered in the things that seem to never change. Spend some time thinking about something that’s been a constant in your life. Maybe you always get a new toothbrush on your birthday or you still sit in the same porch swing as you did when you were a child. Maybe you start the day with the same routine or always recite the same prayer or mantra before bed. Perhaps you’ve always stargazed or always put your left sock on first. What in your life is consistent?


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Published by Ruth Ayres

Unhurried. Finding the magic in the middle of living. Capturing a life of ridiculous grace + raw stories.

9 thoughts on “open invitation no. 15: constant

  1. I wrote about balance this week for Spiritual Journey Thursday* and cross posted it to SOS. I’m looking forward to writing about consistency soon. Perhaps seeking balance IS about consistency, since seeking a balanced life is an ongoing endeavor.
    *If any of you would like to join Spiritual Journey Thursday (generally on the first Thursday of the month) or cross post SOS with SJT, our group always welcomes new participants.
    https://pleasuresfromthepage.blogspot.com/2020/07/sjft-sos-balancing-prioritizing-puzzling.html

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