I often want all my friends and family to be able to experience all that I am extremely fortunate to experience living in Manhattan.
This feeling is especially strong on Sundays. I LOVE my Sundays and treasure them deeply. I am lucky enough to be able to go to Trinity Wall Street every Sunday.
This means at least once a week I go to Lower Manhattan and past the site of the former Twin Towers. I’ve been able to see the growth and change in this area since January.
This photo is what I see when I get off my train to go to church. Straight ahead on the right – the re-building of one of the towers. The big building with pillars on the left is St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church. The shiny bit of metal you can perhaps see on the left of the church is the new (new that is within the past 2 months) shiny, metallic cross to replace the one that had been here since I arrived in January. The old cross was made of rusty metal beams from the rumble of September 11th, 2001.
This “new-ness” seemed especially relevant this day. Since new, new, new is what I have felt with a special intensity since my last BodyTalk session with Laura Hames Franklin.