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yesterday i signed a Release Agreement on the land contract. in other words, there is an acknowledgement that the contract we entered is no longer true and therefore, we are released from it.

release agreement.

there is some sadness that comes with release. a letting go of the visions taking root, the dreams we were sowing, a sense of separation from this beloved land.

we will not be building a little cabin by that creek, on that ridge and under the canopy of trees. we will not be climbing those cliffs and meandering in that valley and discovering the treasures of that place.


there is always more to the story.

i often think of release as letting go. in a fuller sense, re-lease means entering into a new agreement. it is both letting go and coming into. it is a new acknowledgement of who we are to each other, now.

the release agreement on the land honors who we are to each other in our continued discovery; it expands the story and includes more.

this land was never to belong to me. she is my teacher. i belong to her. and in truth, we are one.

gratitude for this re-lease with her.

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