Easier said than done.
The world’s silent consensus in the face of any prolonged challenge or endeavor.
It’s in The Manual.
So what’s that doing that doesn’t ever seem to get done?
…That doing that gives all the saying a run for its money…
It’s the brick and mortar of the foundation of your ethic.
It’s what sets and keeps your wheels in motion.
Heart and Soul are the check-and-balance of our intentions and those intentions are the guides of our actions.
I played with these thoughts as I lay in bed at 4 AM.
My holy hour. My favorite time of “night”. A time of reflection and reconciliation. Even my thoughts were on chill.
It’s a beautiful thing.
Sharing ones thoughts comes with an unmeasurable responsibility.
It’s a line of work that isn’t considered work. And even when you are tireless in it, you have to leave a little room for perspective.
I don’t want to manage my life. I want to live it, explore all of its facets and meet others on their journeys. Exploration requires security and preparation.
Because spontaneity isn’t so spontaneous.
You have to respect the flow to learn it, know it and go with it.
Your ethic is your best guide on the path to knowing, and going with, the flow.
Curating and polishing time management, consistency, diligence, adaptability and patience is not an easy feat, but it will transform into an almost effortless process if driven by Heart and Soul.
Heart and Soul are forces that can’t be denied, but can be healed and transformed through different variables of the human condition.
You can’t destroy the Heart, but you can soothe it. Your Soul may feel heavy or even bent, but you could never break it.
Take cues from a true, live ‘G’!
Soul is the master pupil of life. Spirit, it’s understudy, uses us to connect Soul to Heart.
You are the glue that holds your Heart and Soul together.
A few days ago I shared what Autumn has taught me about purposeful preparation.
Autumn is true, a gentle bruiser, always timely.
Her signs are consistent and devoted to her presence.
Like it or not.
Her work speaks for itself and never for her. She’s trained her ethic to be a steady constant in the ever changing realm of Time.
Autumn, in all her glory, says,
“I respect myself enough to know the working process”.
I’m still taking notes.
And sharing them.