I am getting my space ready…. professionally and personally. In Let It Find You, I shared, “That which brings us soulful joy and purpose is tapping us on the shoulder and the heart. When it happens, note it. When it happens, document it… somehow. Ask, “What are you?” Ask, “What are you teaching me?” Ask “What must I do with this?” Ask these questions of that moment of purpose and joy. Ask them with Openness and Candor… and Courage. Then, heed. Heed the answers. I believe them to be Soul speaking; and Soul knows best. When we experience such moments of joy and purpose and meaning, our bodies feel it Soulfully. We reverberate. We resonate. Yes, heed those moments. Ask those questions. Heed the answers. Pray and meditate on them, if you like. I will.”
And, I continue. In Your Bold Humble Service, I continued.
Last evening, amidst a bit of a College break, on Facebook, I shared, “This Weekend decisions are made. The house has gotten some work and decorating. With 2022 just 7 weeks away… I am reflecting on these last 2 years… of both forced and chosen reset. Change happens upon us. The Pandemic. For me, the passing of my dearly loved Panda. And more. Change is also choice. How we respond… how we react and take Initiative. The next two years for me are going to be equally pivotal. And the practice of Initiative matters. My life matters. What I do with it matters. So does yours. Things will happen. How we react to them matters. But so does our intention to act. With new TUGtv Projects and podcasts in 2022, I am fully aware of the work I want to continue to do… and the new work and Service. Teaching is a lifelong love for me. My health is priority to do what I love and love what I do. Health is core. Health, Home, Love and Work are my four horsemen. Time to ride.”
Being “ready in all circumstances” is not about having everything in place. I will always be readying, for life. But “being ready” is a mindset and heartset. It is about “ready or not, I am ready”. How can you be “ready”? How can you best practice Trust in your own readiness.
“Intelligence plus character—that is the goal of true education.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.
Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing. ― Abraham Lincoln