Breathe: A Lesson on Stillness
Melissa Laree Cunningham reflects on stillness and the art of doing it well along Highway 26.
“For a moment, I lay back in stillness. Cover my eyes and let the world go dark.”
How much time in a day do you have to really be still? To breathe? To even allow yourself a moment to acknowledge that you are breathing? We’re thrust into a “world of movement” where we’re hardly afforded the time to think.
So, how does stillness squeeze into packed Google calendars, between family affairs and within crazy work schedules?