And, as we have all noted lately, sometimes life's challenging experiences themselves leave us feeling "less-than", heartbroken, and confused.
We tend to forget that who we truly are is always, already whole.
The key to remembering lies in allowing that very sense of brokenness, damage, or flaw to point us back to our ever-present wholeness.
By embracing, tending to, and caring for the parts of ourselves that are hurt and fragmented, we feel again the warmth and love of our very own presence. And yes, it is perfect and whole. Always.
If you wish to continue this inquiry into wholeness, please: