Gina Niederhumer discovers through the loss of her forty year marriage that the true treasures of life are not physical objects but moments, memories and people. She asks herself: "What if that home I am so missing is inside of me?" She answers herself by turning within and becoming aware of the treasured moments of her life: the visit from a neighbor's cat, her joy in creating, the way the light reaches her, a flower's new blossom, while embracing wisdom that her mother taught her, "If there's something you can't fix, step over it."


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  • Virginie

    I wish I could tell Gina how much I have enjoyed listening to her this morning, she is so beautiful ! such a great video !

  • Shalom

    That was so beautiful. Thank you to everyone involved in the making of this video. Gina's words deeply resonated with me and nourished my soul. I feel so grateful to have been given the opportunity to watch Gina talk about how to move through change in a way that encourages us to be oh so very soft and gentle with ourselves, and the wonderful reminder that it is truly the simple things in life that are always enfolding us in love that are life's true joys.

  • Tina

    A beautiful life well lived... what wonderful wisdom

  • Kristin Pedemonti

    A beautiful life well lived through appreciation of the small things in the present moment ♡

  • ilene

    gentle wisdom. brains and hearts speak two different languages. it leads to misunderstanding and grief. living spontaneously in the now lets you feel free and accept each joy as it comes.

  • Jerri

    A beautiful life well lived, taking pleasure from the small moments, our memories are a gift and to step over the bumps in the road!

  • linnaea

    the gentleness of the pace. the gentleness of the voice. the gentleness of exploration. the gentleness of letting go little by little when it was natural. the gentleness of realizing I have lived a good life.

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  • Read about a young woman's lesson in letting go from her beloved mother.
  • Listen to a reading of the poem Love After Love written by Derek Walcott.
  • What in your current life cannot be fixed even with all of your best efforts? How will you gently let go of your concerns and "step over it"?

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