The February task for Ali Edwards' One Little Word class was to capture with a camera all the things that represented our word, either literally or metaphorically. My word being worthy, most things tended to fall into the latter category (it's not so often you see the word "worthy" spelt out in front of you!). I found myself capturing: projects in progress; sweet treats that signalled a new relationship with food; album covers of music that had lifted me out of myself; little signs from the universe by way of shadows and street art.
Looking back, the exercise was a clever way to heighten my awareness of what worthiness means. I found myself on the look-out for signals and milestones, evidence of the way in which I am working on cultivating this quality in myself.
This week, I invite you to develop a sense of curiosity and wonder in relationship to worthiness. What does it look like for you, literally or metaphorically? How do you protect your sacred space in amongst the busyness of the everyday? How do you retain your sense of self? How do you celebrate your unique needs and preferences?
Whatever medium you choose to capture this, you are warmly invited to share it using the linky below.
You are worthy of celebration.