I spent a wonderful weekend with my family celebrating birthdays. I was going to tell you all to honor your body's wisdom. Mine is telling me to get some rest. Then I pulled some cards to write the blog and it was fitting that the Ten of Cups was the first one. My current situation has been spending time with loved ones. My elderly aunts were also there and we got to spend precious moments driving them home and I also reconnected with a longtime friend.
I also fell prey to a vacation mindset this weekend and indulged in all the baked goods my sister and son baked, stayed up too late, and didn't drink enough water. Roast your own pecans. You will thank me later. Hence me writing this blog telling you it would not be a long blog because I was going to rest.
If you are still here, thank you. I am not feeling this tonight and don't think I'm doing a great job. I have reached a point in my life that I need to upskill. My sister and I were listening to Dimesh and she told me that he worked very hard to develop his voice to the level it is at now. It appears to be effortless, but there is a ton of hard work behind it.
Finally, there is a crude saying about getting off the pot. I am very risk averse and have spent quite a bit of time building a strong foundation. I think I missed the memo to not stand in the concrete your have poured. The need for safety and security has encased my feet in its cold clammy grasp. I need to crack the cement of complacency to soar.
I wish you all a great start to the week. Remember to rest. Namaste.