November 8, 2017 – TGIW JOLT Note
“Giving birth should be your greatest achievement, not your greatest fear.” –Jane Weideman
There’s a time to cook, and there’s a time to serve.
A dish simmering forever, or until it’s “perfected,” eventually loses flavor.
Lots of good ideas and plans begin to develop in the mind but, for fear of the unknown/next step/impossibility of the prospect, they unnoticeably miscarry.
Others get almost barred from delivery until they are somehow already proven healthy enough to live a long life. A Gollum-esque “my precious” smothering cuts off their oxygen.
There’s a time for gestation, and a time to birth. And, from what I hear, the birthing is a singular lifetime experience.
What grand idea or splendid plan can you run out of the womb today?
Tell it to “Get a life!” because it can’t just sit around and eat up your consciousness forever.
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Got gestation’s end?
“Whenever and wherever [and to whatever] you intend to give birth, your experience will impact your emotions, your mind, your body and your spirit for the rest of your life.” –Ina May Gaskin