Changing from a frozen, outworn way of recovery may be painful and fraught with uncertainty

When the ice on a lake breaks up in late Winter, it cracks and groans. With time and patience, the waters thaw—fluid, alive. Changing from a frozen, outworn way of recovery may be painful and fraught with uncertainty, but, as in Nature, renewing life is in us, directing our course. Life knows where we are going—life is ahead! If we yield to the rhythm of Nature and dare to change, new life will emerge. We call this Spring.

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