This is beautifully said and I especially love that you have used the word “honour” in this context.
I would probably also extend this idea to not only honour the limitations of our bodies, but also of our whole selves.
We are just who we are and this is just what it is.
I’m sorry. My brain is tired and I totally forgot to give thanks for your story and the courage I know it takes to come through something like you did with grace and the desire to help others face their own fears and scared
I broke my back the first day of this year. Now that I’m done with physical therapy I’d like to see what yoga can do for me. I do want a very skilled instructor and hopefully we can slow my physical slide into decrepitude
Hey Jaimee, I want to specially thank you for this article. I know it must have been difficult to write.
When I was 16 I had two hip surgeries, one on each hip. They ground down the ball of my joint, cut through my torn labrum, anchored the labrum, and cleaned out blood that had leaked into my socket. The whole process has…
As an older adult I am often amused when much younger people offer me lists of advice on how to live. I mean, when I’ve got clothes older than they are are they really in a place to offer me wisdom? But, yeah, sometimes they are. That was a great list, maybe the best one I’ve seen. Appreciate your sharing it Jaimee.
Ever. Stand up for yourself and what you believe in. Have enough self love to walk away from people that mistreat you and things that don’t serve you
This inspired me to stand up for myself and the values I believe in. Thank You. Looking forward to implement this in 2017.