I have a four year old little boy. He intuitively seems to know when I am sad, upset, or anxious. He will sidle up to me where I am sitting and climb up on my lap or snuggle in beside me and place his hand on my head, gently stroking my hair. I lovingly call him my heart medicine as his touch is like a salve or patch on my sore heart. So special! What better medicine or gift is there than love?! He embodies my motivation and strength. He challenges me to come to each day with prescence, even when it is hard to find the positive. This time of the year with the cold and snow and short days there is a turning in, a slowing down. It is in these quiet moments and days that we have the opportunity to have clarity and to realize the importance of what really matters in life. In the end, belongings are just stuff, money is just money. They hold such little weight compared to the love of family and friends, peace in our hearts, fresh air in our lungs, freedom from fear, and health in our bodies and minds. This holiday we wish for you these gifts. May each and every one of you be touched by the true spirit of the holiday this season..
The physicians at SNFW are launching a new model of healthcare delivery this coming year!
Direct Primary Care
Angela Robens ND, RN