Month: December 2017

SIMPLICITY: On Traveling Light by Philip Harnden — The Value of Sparrows

It’s been a while since my last post. Finishing the first draft of my memoir was life-changing and I decided to give myself more time and space to allow the changes to happen. I had no idea that writing one’s memoir could be so transformative. Next year, I promise to write more about the process. In the meantime, I’d like to share this post from  The Value of Sparrows, a blog that I follow. Along with my wishes for a Merry Christmas for all of you, my prayer is that each one of us will be able to travel light next year!   From Journeys of Simplicity Twelve hundred years ago in China a middle-aged man named P’ang Yün loaded everything he owned onto a boat and sank it all in the Tung’t’ing Lake. After that, we are told, “He lived like a single leaf.” See him there in the early morning, treading water in the middle of […] via SIMPLICITY: On Traveling Light by Philip Harnden — The Value of Sparrows Advertisements