Jay Sennett |||

Radical Acceptance: The Worst Betrayal

Color photo of a maple tree budding in mid-winter

The worst betrayal, walking out on oneself. This tree doesn’t though, walk out on it itself, it does what it is supposed to do and follows it heart year after year after year: leaves burst forth spawn seeds spread them age brown wither, fly off and hibernate to return again in the spring.

Life dies and renews and dies again impervious to any inward betrayals.

Up next Gratitudes: Snow Storming, Julie London and Perfidia Growing is Forever, and Thank the Goddess for That I am currently involved in projects at Homofactus Press and my day job that have me reviewing past projects. All I can think to, and do, say is
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