Recently a friend sent me this simple paragraph. Simple perhaps, yet swimming in deep water: I too wanted to share
"harbours are there for damaged or weary ships. Ships travel afar but
the harbour stays right where it is. And it resists waves that are
much higher than you can imagine because ever since the day it is
built as a small dock, its one and only wish is to become a harbour.
It prepares itself for titanic ships, and its story of becoming a
harbour starts with the first little boat approaching."