Strength versus Courage
After reading this I realized that I have made a big shift in the 2nd Half of Life and that is to have both strength and courage and have the wisdom to know the difference! I have to say the courage part is my challenge in life and I am consciously aware that change is a process not an event. I use this as a mantra each day as I move forward in process with ease and grace.
It takes courage to be gentle to oneself. It takes courage to let down your guard and allow your children to go off and create their own lives, whether we agree with their lifestyle or not. It takes courage to surrender or let go of a job that does not serve you anymore, and create a job or business that does. Many people go through a career transition and create their best work ever in the 2nd half of life.
Recommendation: “Resolutions Kept” is a great tool for a career transition, including your dream business. Click here.
It takes courage to stand out – to figure out your life purpose, your mission, or how you can make a difference in your world.
Recommendation: “Three Cups of Tea” a book by Greg Mortensen (One man’s mission to fight terrorism- one school at a time). His work takes place in Afghanistan and Pakistan. What a mission in his 2nd Half of Life!
To be loved and to live is a great feeling that inspires you to create a life of good.
Action Step: What resonates for you in “Timeless Words”? Take a moment to jot down a few things that come up for you. If there is one thing that you could do right now, what would that be? How would it make a difference in your business, your job, your relationships, or your health? Remember, one small action step can create more goodness in your life, NOW!
Today’s good serves as an opportunity for me to enjoy the harvest I have planted. I take the time now to recognize and praise even the slightest good in my life. I caused the good that exists and my recognition that I am at cause encourages me to cause more. I identify with my sense of strength and courage. I project good in every thought word and deed. Good is all there is. I am that good enjoying life now and always. I give thanks.
“Knowing That All Is Well”
“Thanks to My Expansive Audience”