The Sunday Edition
So very many of the syllables you’ve strung together have touched my heart. I’ve had countless moments of pure awe, moments of disbelief at how beautiful it is that the experience you write about mirrors mine in that moment and I have found peace and soothing through really tough times too many times to count. I have been reading your work, without fail, every day for a decade and my goodness I hope there are many, many more decades to come before you stop stringing those syllables together. Bless you Tyler, for sharing your heart and your gift. I am so grateful for you and your art.
Tyler. Knott. Gregson.
I can’t even begin to tell you how many times your words have inspired me. How much power they have over me and so many others.
I know the darkness you speak of, far too well. We experience it differently and also the same. For me, it at times is debilitating. Cruel. Endless. But I know, that your words can bring me out of it. You’ve been a beacon of light when I have been ready to give up.
Your super power is the ability to love without reservation. You’ve saved me with your words, with your friendship, with your love. Just seeing and being around the love you have for Sarah, and her love for you, brings so much hope. I will never stop thanking you for simply being you.
You. Are. Magic. ✨
Thank you for the introspection and words that led to a lengthy pause and reflection this morning. I feel the gravity in those words most acutely: a life lived with full presence, curiosity, and a willingness to surrender to both the lessons and the love...and both in each other. 💗
" Life is like clay, we add more as we go, we reshape it along the way, but we never lose the mud and earth beneath the new. We are formed by all the bits we’ve added along the way, all the shapes we’ve molded and held in our warm hands' WOW just wow. So honored to be part of this group and for you to share with us your journey and words, those falling words from the sky. Thank you, What will I be in 12 years? Rounder, grayer, serene and still.....75.... Thanks for making my day.
I am just reading this today (Monday) and I am actually grateful for that. I'm working and it's stressful, unenjoyable, soul sucking (you get the picture) but I stopped for five minutes to read this. Five turned into many more if I'm being honest...because I took a breath and let your words sink in...and I ruminated...and it was good! I am certainly different than I was 12 years ago, heck I'm different than I was a month ago. Thank you for the words that made me pause today, to reflect and to breathe into the thoughts. You are a blessing. I hope there are many, many more decades and words :)