As usual, my mind is crowded with lots of thoughts, including ideas about what to write in today’s blog post.
Last night, I watched part of the debate among the crowded field of Democratic candidates for President of these United States. Did anybody stand out from the crowd, for you?
Yesterday, my day was crowded with three Coping and Healing groups — two for patients and one for staff.
In one of the groups, I handed out the Rumi poem “The Guest House” which mentions “a crowd of sorrows.”
I love this kind of acceptance of whatever thought or feeling enters our crowded hearts and minds. In other words, nothing we feel or think should be considered trash.
The white boards in the group rooms were crowded with lots of topics.
The word “unexpected” stood out from one of those crowded lists.
It looks like the letter “D” has been crowded off the page in that photo.
Let’s see what other recent photos are on my crowded iPhone:
Our awareness of our positive qualities are often crowded out by our focus on our negative ones. That’s why we made a list of positive qualities in one of yesterday’s groups.
Hey now, hey now, I’m facing a day crowded with individual therapy appointments and two groups, so this post is over (but not before I share a crowd of thanks).