During Times Like This

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This morning I sent a brief love note out to our Tranquil Space team:

“Fresh back to the states after hosting a writing retreat and was shocked to hear of the tragedy in Orlando. I’m writing with an intention to sprinkle compassion and an invite to help make a difference.

As we move through this week following such senseless loss, I wanted to share a quote that I hope will inspire:

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has. Margaret Mead

The smile we offer a stranger, the assist we give a yogi, the way we greet others at the front desk, the hand we offer a colleague—these all have the potential to change someone’s day, possibly even their life. We have an opportunity in times like this to elevate others. And, I believe, it’s our duty.

Wishing you a safe transition into this week. Be gentle with yourself. May you feel the compassion of your studio community helping hold you tight.”

I offer the same sentiment to you. Eleanor Roosevelt said, “It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.” Let’s keep ours brightly lit and, ideally, help spread light. Bisous. x