Still thinking about those amazing rocks at the centre of Australia, Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Had a little bit of a challenging day today, and I could feel myself becoming unsettled when someone criticised me during a phonecall. So I’ve been remembering the stability of the great rocks at the heart of our land, and drawing upon that strength and stability, instead of feeling shaken and wobbly. I am a rock.
Here’s another extract from my book “Who Am I?” The book contains beautiful line illustrations by Linda Franklin, but I’m sure she won’t mind if today I use this photo instead to illustrate the following text.
I am a rock
I am solid rock. My nature is enduring; I stay true to myself no matter what changes occur around me. I protect the way things are. I am not seduced by novelty. I respect the past and won’t abandon it without good reason.
I am strong and resistant, but not stubborn. I can be moulded. Over time I can be shaped by water. Patience is my great virtue, the secret to my inner peace.