via New Beginnings
We celebrate moments as if they are unique to a particular time. To be present and live in the world fully, perhaps each moment is a New Year flowing endlessly in the form of a river.
As I embrace the present moment, I kiss possibilities of what will be in the following moment without knowing this in advance.
Whitehead contended the present moment is holy ground where the past and future are always meeting and becoming whole. Holy, whole, and healing are linked etymologically.
Kathy took this photo as we travelled to BC just over a year ago.