Friday, February 26, 2016

and yet perfect among mornings

 The Pearl is one of my most loved stories.  Its like scripture. The message adapts to nourish me in whatever hungry place I find myself.  Interestingly, it wasn't even on my radar when I chose the name Pearl Midwifery. It's time to take a meditative pause and reread this book. I was reminded of something this morning in a stunning, tender way.
To self:  Please dear midwife, remember who you are and what sacred trust has been placed in your hands and heart.
Be grateful for all that you have been given and radiate your light. Prepare to be taught by the humble ones.

1 comment:

Sarah Millington said...

I love you. I read The Pearl for the first time last year. I've wanted to contact you for over a year, but the time never presented itself. Somehow I was blessed with some hours to spend on my blog and I was happily surprised to see a post from you. Thank you for being with me and mothering me through my births. I had my 8th baby last summer, a little boy. How I missed you during my pregnancy! I had a confirmation I was supposed to go to Roxanna Maurer this time, and so many things were healed during that experience. I would love to hear from you and know how you are doing. Love, Sarah