One of the hardest things we must do sometimes is to be present to another person’s pain without trying to “fix” it, to simply stand respectfully at the edge of that person’s mystery and misery. – Parker Palmer, Let Your Life Speak
Posted on 2013/06, in Faith & Spirituality, Mental Health, Pain, Random and tagged fixing, Let Your Life Speak, pain, Parker Palmer, Quote, reflection, suffering. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
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