By Assunta Ng
My friend loves to meet fortune tellers to find out how long she will live. Are we supposed to know when we are going to die?
Quoting from “The Book of Awakening,” by Mark Nepo, LeAnne Moss, former executive director of the Women’s Funding Alliance, found an answer for my friend.
“It is so tempting to want the answers before we begin the journey. … We like to have maps … but we are more like a breathing puzzle, a living bag of pieces, and each day shows us what a piece or two is for, where it might go, how it might fit. … Over time, a picture starts to emerge by which we begin to understand our place in the world.” (end)