When you are a young, before influences invade the psyche, you know exactly what you want to do and be.
Now of course we all know that this changes, might I say, often enthusiastically, as we see, learn, and experience new things.
But why do so many folks just let go of their dreams, placing them on the shelf? Often forgetting where they are and what they were.
New opportunities come along luring us in different directions. Sometimes good and sometimes not so good.
Having done many things and having had three totally, different professions, I still am looking for “me”.
Where is that carefree, fun loving, mischievous person I once was? Bowing to job expectations and others opinions, sometimes I don’t know who I have become.
Don’t get me wrong–I’m still me and I like myself. My mom would say I just grew up. But like Peter Pan, I wish in some ways I didn’t have to do so.
I’ve learned over the years that if I keep “banging my head against the wall” in an attempt to accomplish something, perhaps I need to change directions. Duh?!
Not every thought or idea is what we need to attempt. We should dream big, but realize that the dream may need adjusting and refining from time to time. And that’s OK.
By releasing our pride and letting go of preconceived notions, things will miraculously fall into place. Patience is a big part of it too. I have to remind myself that the journey is “by” the compass, not “on” the clock.
The Master Key Master Mind Alliance has brought about an awareness within me. I am so grateful for the big, no, massive push I have been given. I feel as if my true self has been a mere painting in progress all these years. Definitely an oil painting. Slow to dry, easily smudged, and so graciously painted over and repaired as needed.
My daughter made an observation about me that I never realized. The evidence goes back for years. It caught me totally off guard. I never would have recognized this in me and I surely wouldn’t have chosen England as a trip destination if my son wasn’t living there.
Yes, she called me an Anglophile. Then she so politely informed me, “Mom you are, you love all things English!”
My time in England was exhilarating. Still the memories are tender and fresh.
Finding comes from within. Permit yourself to Be what you find. Then your journey to find your true self will lead you to your successful destination.
Happiness is all along the way. As Gramma used to say, “Keep your eyes peeled. Or you might miss something!”
You can be what you will to be, and that includes HAPPY.
THEN GIVE IT AWAY.