Today I’m with what it is to support another, to be a tender, a boat or larger ship that serves and supports other ships. Perhaps it’s easy for a ship’s captain to know what is needed, but when it comes to helping others it becomes more complex.
How do we help another? How are we a tender to another’s needs?
There are times where our hearts may ache to “do” something and yet, sometimes less is more, and so we stay quietly with our own pain and grief, and allow its expansion into a wider world. There, there is more embrace than we can even know, so each moment open out with ease and grace to all that is here and shared.
Roads were made for journeys, not destinations.