If time stood still, we would not change. What can be considered to some as a bad thing, can also be considered a good thing to others, including me. There is some comfort in knowing that with change comes an evolution of ideas and perceptions.
Today marked a new transition phase for me. I find contentment in resolving conflicts of the heart, mind and body; In further clarifying my current situation, I’ve come to learn that what makes me who I am (and has served me well over the years), is my natural ability to not leap with both feet. I know I talk about doing so if you want to get somewhere, but realistically speaking, it’s easier said than done. I am cautious, by nature, when it comes to people in my life. I’ve had a tough time weeding out the negatives and find that keeping the positives are much more enriching. Sometimes it takes a keen eye to see beyond the surface to the very core of energy in friends, lovers and even family. It may not make sense to others, but I am always willing to be patient with difficult people, for as time passes (much too fast), you will discover that most people can change how you see yourself by how they develop and grow when they are interacting with you. This is never a bad thing. Even when what we discover may be considered negative traits, know that you must have a balance of the bad and the good.
This evolution is ever-growing and changing; This is a good thing, fore if we were to never change and grow, what would we be?
As my dear friend Lily departs for her infamous one month trip to Nepal, we didn’t get a chance to see each other before she leaves and I just want to say that I wish you an evolutionary trip. I’m sure it will shape and change a part of you that no one can see and for that, be grateful, because really, who wishes to remain the same when you are anticipating something magnificent? (It WILL be magnificent.) Much love and warm hugs as you depart on an exciting trip that is bound to give you some amazing memories. XOXO