“What if it was less important that anything ever gets fixed than that nothing has to be hidden?” John S. Lynch
“I desire to be fully known and fully loved.” Me
Some call me brave and courageous for I don’t hide. At least I don’t hide on purpose. In the open, my transparency draws some to my honesty and my true person, while others seeing my weaknesses and failures judge me and tell others to stay away from “that woman”. When others do join me, together we bravely walk in the light. Light exposes us. Here, in the light, we laugh, cry and encourage each other. In the beauty of transparency, we find our boxes shaken. This is God’s light entering the secret, hidden places in our lives. It only happens in community. It only happens when there are others to embrace us in the worst of ourselves and remind us who and Whose we are. In community, in transparency, in the Light, the things of shame and regret are exposed. Together we grieve those times, savor any value, learn any lessons and discard the rest. In the Light the Healer operates knowing the support care team is well equipped and the darkness need no longer be part of our story.