It would have been the beginning of a decade
It became the definition of an era
It would have been another mostly unremarkable year in the progression
It became the year to re-examine priorities and focus
It would have been the year to step into the spotlight
It became the year to re-discover the satisfaction of small, private actions
It would have been the year for journeys and experiences with friends and family
It became the year where every brief encounter with friend or family was sacred and precious
2020 was a year
It would have been something
It became something much more
There was never a time when 20/20 vision was more needed. And, there was never a time (at least that I can recall) when our visions were more contentious.
Are we reacting to horrible circumstance, or creating it?
There are lots and lots of things I wouldn’t do in my normal life. What I absolutely wouldn’t do under any circumstances, though, is a much shorter list.
I am a solitary person. I am quite content being alone most of the time. I am only truly fulfilled, though, when my life is shared with trusted others.
I am proud of my successes, and love to remember them. Truthfully, though, my failures have taught me much more – and been more instrumental in making me who I am.
What other people think about me.
- Is not my business.
- Is irrelevant to me.
- Is probably not what I think they think, anyway.
True Acceptance doesn’t expect Improvement
80% of finding the right answer is asking the right question.
The challenge: hearing yourself above the noise.
In this noisy and busy world, we have become almost constant communicators. We spend much of our time either speaking, writing, listening and reading. We are surrounded by words from many sources.