Welcome to My Heart In Manuscript

My Life One Word at a Time

Welcome to My Heart in Manuscript.  My life has been quite an adventure.  I have faced my share of adversity and suffering, but through it all, in every situation, I have been met with an abundance of love, and beauty and grace.  It has certainly not been easy, but it has been worth it.  As a result of my journey, I have learned that being authentic, being vulnerable and being transparent, are gifts we can give to one another.   We are all connected and when we share our lives, when we allow each other in to see the good and the hard, we are all richer for it.  Through my writing, I invite you to join me in this journey of life.  I hope that in sharing my heart with you, my words can be a  source of encouragement and strength.  I hope that in sharing my heart with you, you will know that whatever you are facing, whatever trial is before you, you are not alone.   And I hope that in turn, you will share your heart with others, so that we all can experience abundant love and beauty and grace in the midst of adversity.

So this is My Heart in Manuscript. These are the stories that make me who I am, the footprints of my past and the roadmap for my future. I’m thankful you have decided to join me. I’m thankful that I’m not alone. I’m thankful that we can learn from one another. I hope that my life can bring light to yours, just as so many others have brought light to mine.

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The Longest Goodbye

The Longest Goodbye

I remember it like it was yesterday. It was twelve years ago when life was about playdates and nap schedules and making sure my kids ate their broccoli. My mom and I were driving in the car. We had gone to her school to pick-up some paperwork and were heading to my...

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The Gift of Adversity

The Gift of Adversity

When it is dark enough, you can see the stars. ~ Persian Proverb I’m often asked how I remain positive and joyful in the face of adversity. Each time I pause and struggle for words, unable to fully describe the capacity of my heart and mind to laugh and cry...

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  • The Longest Goodbye
    by Heather Bergman Moss on March 21, 2020 at 6:29 pm

    I remember it like it was yesterday. It was twelve years ago when life was about playdates and nap schedules and making sure my kids ate their broccoli. My mom and I were driving in the car. We had gone to her school to pick-up some paperwork and were heading to my dad’s office, a

  • The Gift of Adversity
    by Heather Bergman Moss on March 5, 2020 at 9:22 pm

    When it is dark enough, you can see the stars. ~ Persian Proverb I’m often asked how I remain positive and joyful in the face of adversity. Each time I pause and struggle for words, unable to fully describe the capacity of my heart and mind to laugh and cry simultaneously. But as I sat

  • Living in the Gap
    by Heather Bergman Moss on June 23, 2019 at 5:53 pm
  • 45 Lessons from the Smack Dab Middle
    by Heather Bergman Moss on August 1, 2018 at 11:18 pm

    So today I turn 45 years old.  I’m not usually affected by birthdays, as they just seem to come and go and blur together. But 45 seems like a midway point to me. If I am fortunate to live until I’m 90, then I have lived half my life and still have half my life

  • Allowing Emptiness
    by Heather Bergman Moss on February 20, 2018 at 7:07 pm
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