October 28, 2008

Yesterday I received a message via Facebook (yes, I’m on Facebook, and if you are, come by and say hello) from a friend who is preparing a talk for an upcoming retreat. She said she wanted to focus on the importance of spiritual balance. She said she had been thinking about some opposites—or maybe some are what you would call complements:


She asked if I had any ideas. So I threw out these suggestions:

Holding on/letting go

The last one may be cheating because I added an extra word. Still, it’s an interesting exercise. I thought I would throw this open to our readers. What other opposites/complements come to mind?


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