Sunday, October 25, 2009

Jet lag Jig

Pardon my silence but I've been doing the Jet Lag Jig...I am home, safe and sound, delighted to feel the comfort of my own bed and internally sorting through my trip experiences.

In the meantime here is a quote told by Megan McKenna from the the conference that I attended in Dublin that has stuck with me since I heard it:

"What we do not transform, we transmit"

Chew on that one for awhile!

7 comments:

Rebekah said...

Please tell me that we can transmit what we transform! I have my heels dug in deep...and my circumstances keep me very erect in check!

I deeply and profoundly love and accept myself, and trust God to heal me and my life completely!

Cheryl said...

Roberta,

Welcome home! After our trip to the Mediterranean in Sept., I totally know the jet lag and delight at being home.

Your quote is so similar to what Dan Allender said in school: Something like...What we don't deal with from the past WILL show up in the present.

Hugs to you,
Cheryl

Paula said...

love that comment......one of those '0' moments.....brings it all home.....xoxoxoxoxo

Sandy said...

Welcome home from your visit home

blessings

Lauralew said...

Glad you are safely back. After all the travel I've done the last few months, I understand jet lag.

And what Cheryl said. Amen.

Ruth Hull Chatlien said...

Glad you are back.

Jane said...

That quote has been rolling around in my head since yesterday. It's so tough, I don't think my old teeth are sharp enough to chew that one up very quickly; it's gonna be a while:>) PROFOUND!!!!! Thanks for sharing.