My twenties taught me a lot. Mostly they taught me how not to do life, relationships, and business. They taught me that ego is the problem. And they taught me that the same place that holds the ego is the same place that holds the Divine Spark that is universally installed in all of us. I don’t regret them at all. Without them, truly, I would not have found the Spark that led me to the Light. We fail forward and we fall upward. And the process repeats itself over and over.
Now into my thirties, it appears Life/Love/God is teaching me how to grow old and how to grow into and with wisdom. This non-linear, open-ended path comes with endless depth and wondrous width. Wisdom always offers a never-ending story in lieu of something that only happens once upon a time.
So it’s time to turn over a new leaf, slip on a new pair of shoes, swap out the clothes in the closet, and have my eyes checked for a new pair of glasses. I’m speaking in terms of metaphor here for the core values, priorities, and intentions I want lead with.
Starting to soulstorm below…..I will report back soon with the instruments for the new symphony.