As I contemplate where I am and where I am heading my thoughts are simple, “What will I do?”
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Sometimes it’s important to take stock of what you know. Not for knowledge sake, but as an anchor during wobbly times.
Here is my recent list of 50 things I am sure of at this stage in life. I hold these as valuable treasures that I discovered along the journey. Sometimes I wish I had inherently known them, or had discovered them earlier, but if I had come upon them in another fashion they might not be as valuable to me as they are presently. These are things I want my daughter to know. These are things I want other women to know. These are things I hope you will consider yourself. However, I encourage you to make your own list. Determine what’s important to you.
50 Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Younger
Everyday I learn from my courageous kids and their generation. They don’t pretend to be what they’re not. What you see is what you get.
That’s why when they’re hurting it’s often expressed in front of millions of viewers and splashed across the media, rather than the hallmark of my generation, piously struggling behind locked doors.
They teach me about getting in the trenches when they invite the homeless into their house, verses observing from the sidelines. They remind me that love isn’t conditional.
They create art. They live art. They love creatively. That’s why Hollywood’s familiar homeless Jesus was invited to my son’s recent art exhibit. That’s why this photo tears me up inside and makes me weep.
Imagine you are a nurse in the ICU unit of the biggest birthing center in the world. Your job is to watch over the tiny newborn infants grasping for life. I know you would want the world for your small infants. Don’t you want the world for your infant dreams?
It’s time to release new life and oxygen to your dreams. Give them growing room. Allow yourself to dream more, dream bigger than ever before.
How do you get into your creative zone where things happen effortlessly, solutions appear and problems disappear? I’ve discovered that my best work gets done when it feels like play! When I get out of my head and into my authentic, natural, intuitive self I find things flow easily. So why don’t I stay in that place and never leave?
Sometimes I forget that I get to determine how I want to do life. I can strive and push and fret, or give it all up in a second and slide into ease.
I can do life as a party (business too) if I choose. I don’t have to play by others rules. I don’t have to keep up with a race I’d rather not run. I don’t have to compete and operate from ego. I can choose the easy, breezy, free-styling life that makes love the staple, not the ration.