ARE YOU WATCHING FOR YOUR SHIP? – Marilyn Armstrong

Wow, did this one ever hit home for me: “Many of us are not ready to find (our) voice because we are afraid our mother or father or brother or husband will hear, and maybe they won’t like it.” Read on for some fantastic insights into finding your voice:

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I was out in Arizona talking to a Blue Corn Navajo lady who made jewelry. She had carefully given me her tribal affiliations and all I had to say was “Eastern European Jewish,” which lacked panache. I don’t seem to have much of an ability to show a lot of dash in casual conversation. Whatever talent I have, it’s more introverted.

Nonetheless, it was a good conversation. I casually said I was ” … waiting for my ship to come in and hoped it had a fortune on board for me.”

She asked me, seriously, whether I’d been out on the docks looking for my ship.

Looking for my ship?

She said “Yes, you have to watch for them. Otherwise, they can pass you by and you’ll never know you missed it.”

Navajo … the sky really does seem bigger.

I’m sure I forget for years at a time…

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