Saturday, November 22, 2008

Soul Work

GMR
photo by grassrootsmsw

“We need more everyday heroes. Heroes are ordinary people who take a stand for what is right.

These heroes act with integrity, look fear in the face, go the distance, stand against oppression and endure the cost of disappointment, betrayal and sometimes, pain.

These everyday heroes experience immeasurable rewards for their journey. We all have the opportunity to be everyday heroes. Certain ones,' show us it is possible.”

Blaine Jackson


When you sign up for soul work, it never really ends.

Transforming,
renewing,
rescripting,
redeveloping;
to a yet unknown wholeness.

Soul work...
a kaleidoscope of ongoing possibility
and hope.

-grassrootsmsw-



1 comment:

Patricia Beck said...

Very good post. Everyday people who passionately serve others are truly heroes. I used to be a family worker and there were many heroes in the Human Services field who had gone unnoticed by most of the world.