I often look around at the path that I’m on and “give my head a shake”. It’s not where I thought that I was going. It’s certainly not how I thought that I’d move ahead and I am definitely not who I imagined that I would be. The good news is that – like everyone – I am a work in progress and so every moment; through good times and scary times, I am constantly recreating myself and reconnecting to the Universe.
I write because the thoughts drive themselves out of me to be shared: with co-workers, with friends and with the world. As I journey I write about the things that I learn and as I travel through life; hand-in-hand with Life; I happily share others’ quotes and insights as well as my own thoughts. After all we are ALL on the same journey, aren’t we? – only the ways and means are different.
During this past three years Life and I have danced an interesting dance, walked down paths with no road signs (at least none that were visible to me!) and deepened our connection. I have learned how to “walk my talk”, let a Universal sense of rightness and flow direct my life and finally I think that I am learning how to integrate all that – faith, trust, flow and connection – with functioning and interacting with the world around me.
It’s been a time of great medical challenges … all of which have been overcome … and the arrival and duration of which have given me a “sabbatical from life” so that I could ground myself in the beauty of Life, learn to share my insides with the outside world through my writing and remind myself about what REALLY counts … Oh … that would be friends, family, and a connection to and flowing with something WAY bigger than “little-old-me”. 😀
Thanks for stopping by … my inner Perky Polly and I appreciate your interest. We’re always interested in meeting new friends … after all life is for living … and WE believe that living is meant to be filled with joy … Here’s to sharing the journey, enjoying the ride and remembering the beautiful souls who are hiding out inside … just waiting for an invitation to come out and play.
Arinaste (“from my heart to your heart”)