Reflection is a key practice at Tatua Kenya. It has for a long time provided a free space to share as well as invite others to create the sacred community that we want to see. One filled with enough grace to offer/ ask for help when we fail and cannot do it on our own. One where our value is not dictated solely on society’s norms but by the intrinsic value that each one of us has. One where we are allowed to be vulnerable for from it, we gather strength. For the past week we have been reflecting on transformation through change. This is what Rose Chege (Learning and Content Manager)shared……
“All of us experience change in our lives.
Change is the one constant in our lives.
There are changes that we look forward to and change that we fear.
However, one thing is for sure.
Things will not stay the same no matter how much we would like them to.
When a life change occurs, we have two choices on how to respond.
We can despair that a change has come and assume that things will be worse, or we can look with excitement at the new possibilities that the change presents.”
What is that change you want to see? When have you feared it or embraced it? What new possibilities do you see with change?