We’ve all been on them. If you haven’t, you’re either a liar, dead or very, very lucky. Usually loss puts us on it: loss of a job, a relationship, a death, our direction, our identity, our health, our security. Loss puts us there. Fear keeps us there. Stuck.
I’ve learned. A lot.
This site is from my heart to yours. On a cellular level, my hope is that you have found a place where you feel at home. I hope you will feel like we’re friends. Friends who relate to ledges and reinforce each other, so the next ledge—and there will be one—is less scary.
Take what you need from these ledge lessons and do your ledge better. Do your life on the ground better, too.
Learn to love the view from wherever you are.
“Life is a quest, not a journey.” —Sir Ken Richardson, Ph.D.
“There is only one world, the world pressing against you at this minute. There is only one minute in which you are alive, this minute here and now. The only way to live is by accepting each minute as an unrepeatable miracle.” —Storm Jameson
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