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Thresholds – Christine Valters-Paintner 

April 24, 2016

“Our lives are full of thresholds: moving through the rise and fall of each day, the rhythm of the week, the seasons, the veil between this world and the other, between the status quo and our own deepening and unfolding journey. Thresholds require that we be vulnerable, that we acknowledge that we simply do not know what is to come, that we surrender to something much bigger and more meaningful, even as it calls us away from familiar patterns and habits that have become much loved.”
— Christine Valters Paintner, PhD The Self-Study Online Retreat, Women on the Threshold: The Wild Heart of Longing

Where are the thresholds in your life? Can you welcome in the tender, doubting, wondering parts of yourself?

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