The now moment

When I release into the now moment, I drop my identity. I drop your identity, too. I drop all sense of obligation and demand, so this leaves both of us free.

It leaves me free to see the strength in you, the light in you, and when I see this in you I see this in myself.

It leaves us free to communicate with each other from a place of peace and calm. It leaves my faith in you, in who you truly are, intact, and then it doesn’t matter what happens. Whatever does happen in that space is for my good and yours.

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