listen to the wind, it talks
listen to the silence, it speaks
listen to your heart, it knows.
`native american proverb`
This is a commitment to write.
For as long as I can remember I’ve always been fascinated by books, and journals, and pens, and paper, and color, and rulers, and stationery, and anything remotely related to school supplies. And the smell,….oh the smell of all of THAT. There’s just something to be said about the smell of paper, a return home.
I have amassed a small library of books, that each mean something to me, some are read all of the way through, some not as I’ve gotten what I need to out of each one, and then left. I used to analyze why I couldn’t finish a book because I thought that I was being a ‘quitter’, but now realize that that actually isn’t the case at all, it was me learning what I needed to know at that particular time in my life. Maybe I’ll go back to them and maybe I won’t but it doesn’t really matter. Not in the whole grand scheme of life.
I recently met someone through my previous well-being challenge who is so incredibly inspiring with what she is creating and we talked about having a tea date someday. Stopped in at my local garden centre (that I LOVE) and just sat down on the lovely patio and there she was, she sat down for ‘a minute’ and there we were talking an hour later about books, and kayaks, and business, and life and it was amazing. And there it was…synchronicity.
Through our discussion it brought some clarity as to what I was ‘doing‘, and ‘being‘ and how I was ‘showing up‘. So here I am, returning to what I have always wanted to do, writing.
Over the next 6 months, I will be paying close attention to whatever I write about because, under the layers of all that, oneness and passions will appear and show up as desire.
What do you say you’re committing to but really not?
What’s holding you back?
What is one thing you could do today to help you move forward?
What shows up in your life that is ‘synchronicity’?
Until…very soon 😉
Much love, Christy