All shall be well

 

I was recently reminded that this was my favourite phrase for many years. It comes from the 14th Century Christian Anchoress Julian of Norwich. It reflects the same wisdom in the face of impermanence as the previous Taoist quote and Sylvia Boorstein’s words yesterday. It helps us to look deeper even when the mind gets confused and life seems difficult.

All shall be well, and all shall be well,

and all manner of things shall be well

Julian of Norwich

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