Glennon Doyle Melton writes in her new book that is set to release September 6th that when crisis arrives in life, we are invited to sift through the details of our story that is being written and eventually we are left with only that which truly matters.
We actually get the word crisis from the latin word cribum which means to sift or to separate.
My journey through this soul sifting started four years ago to the day.
There’s a lot that sifted out, but it is with brutal joy that I can share what I was left holding after the sift.
An appetite for stillness.
Rediscovery of my true self.
Wonder & Awe.
A radar, thermometer, and tuning fork for the soul.
A quest for beauty.
A crisis isn’t necessary for all of us, but two consistent questions most definitely are.
What needs to stay?
What needs to go?