My waking dream this month is from a book called Wisdom of the Heart, by Harold Klemp:
“…life does not give rewards for good
or punishment for evil. It merely gives
results. Life is what you make it.” (pg. 26)
The same author says, “Make every day a good day.” I found this gem a few days ago and have been using it like a mantra. Each day has been a gem of its own so far, with new connections, insights and positive motion forward with responsibilities and creative projects.
Starting over–ostensibly alone but for my pet family–carries a full load of worries or trepidation as well as excitement and adventurous, fresh opportunities. Mainly I am faced daily with choices: everything from what Medicare plan to enroll in–as I turn 65 next month–to when it would be best to start social security allotments, how to address health matters, and how best to follow through with new local connections and with my writing and service ambitions.
I am approaching every new day as like a time capsule, using lists to keep me focused on what I need to do each day to fully ‘move in,’ to conquer immediate fears or anxieties, and to shape my new way of life in a new environs. A move is such a golden opportunity to establish yourself in a manner that accords with your current state of consciousness and intentions.
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I find I truly am now, mainly, gratefully, “living my Dream, Now!” every day. That does not mean everything is smooth sailing. In fact, to move forward consciously requires attending to my habits and thoughts, to choose wisely that which will continue to allow this Dream to unfold naturally and with beauty.
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