A Sacred Journey


Wanting to be seen, heard,
held, supported
and not being met
as I had hoped,
a deep welling up of grief
for needs unmet
and questions unanswered.
And then freedom.
Remembering that people
cannot give
what they do not know they have.
Looking for compassion
from the inexhaustible source within,
setting everyone free
to be exactly who they are.
Moving through the grief
to find the freedom,
this is a sacred journey indeed.

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