Life unfolds, evolves. Every moment is shaped by what came before and will affect what comes next.
The first truth to accept is that admitting we can do better is not admitting that we are less than or that we are a personal failure as a human being.
Learning is multi-faceted. Often the issue is not our direction, but our speed and how much risk we are willing to take at any one time.
simplifying our lives make the clutter more obvious and easier to discard without remorse.
We learn to live in harmony with the changes, especially if they bring value to our quality of life. The dis-harmony comes when we decide we do not want to change with the times.
There is something going on inside our fleshly boundary that projects itself outward in all directions. Our energy ripples from our center. There is something that makes us tick. But what? And why?
Everyone wants to live forever without looking or acting like they are aging. There are aspects of growing older that are universal and inescapable.
Buying in to the message leads to inspiration, enrollment, and engagement. Leaders walk their talk, or no one follows.
Dwelling on grievance does not solve the problem. It only points it out. Because, not getting what you DO NOT WANT will never guarantee that you will get what you do want.
A dream might be noble, but it will languish if it is never shared or expressed in ways that others can latch on to the idea and join the cause.
Wisdom is being able to recognize when we are going the wrong way, and correcting it as immediately as possible.
Reflection is looking inward and backward so we can move forward with creative energy.