Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Big Magic, explains of the wisdom learned in a wise, older woman, "She said, 'We all spend our twenties and thirties trying so hard to be perfect, because we're so worried about what people will think of us. Then we get into our forties and fifties, and we finally start to be free, because we decide that we don't give a damn what anyone thinks of us. But you won't be completely free until you reach your sixties and seventies, when you finally realize this liberating truth--NOBODY WAS EVER THINKING ABOUT YOU, ANYHOW.'" A fresh perspective--humbling, but oh, so true! Another key to our own freedom!
One committed to processing truth, finding light in the darkness, savoring the simple, and living fully.