To think we can do anything still rocks my mind some days. Yet as I write that sentence a gremlin of a comparison of yesterday, today and yes, even the possibilities of tomorrow start to sneak up.
Once that train has been stopped from leaving the station I remind myself that it’s up to me to decide what’s important. What’s of value to me. To decide what it is that I can change. To take the steps to change what is worth changing.
To not compare myself with narratives that no longer serve. I realize that when I stop the comparison train I trust more. Love more. See more. Am more.
I believe this applies to everyone.
This life is about a journey. One step, one action at at time. Not the one others are on. The one you are on. It’s this life. This now that should be savored, lived.
It’s a journey that – when lived wholeheartedly – manifests from heart, with joy.
From this, anything is possible.