The Core


“At their core, when things really matter, people see a need to turn to God for strength and protection.”
Lee Greenwood (Photo from iStock)



I stood on one wobbly leg in the Pilates class, my arms flailing on each side.

“Bring it back to the core,” said our instructor.

I too a deep breath, then concentrated on the center of my body. I felt the strength in my stomach and back … my core.

With that support in place, my shoulders aligned and I balanced on one foot.

WRite wHere I’m supposed to be – When I bring it back to God, I experience that same strength. I’m more balanced in all of life.


2 responses »

    • You’re right, Mary Sue – work, relationships, finances, even recreation fall into place when I’m centered. I’m finding it takes a lot of awareness and practice. Thanks for stopping by!

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