These last couple of weeks have been totally crazy. I absolutely loved the Kindness Week. It was so much fun watching people light up with the tiniest smile and compliment. Kindness is FREE and the rewards we reap from being human and kind are amazing. Not only did I work on performing acts of kindness but I was much more aware of my surroundings and watching others perform kindness in a variety of ways. Kindness comes from the heart and is to be shared the same way we share our love. We shouldn’t be stingy with our love or our kind acts because the more we give, the more we get back. This exercise also made me realize that I have not spent enough time in my life going out of my way to help others. This is something that needs to be changed and I look forward to finding ways to step up to the plate and be a true giving person without thinking about reciprocity. Life is good.
I haven’t mentioned a really big thing that happened in the last few weeks that I feel will have a huge positive impact on my life and my DMP. An opportunity came out of nowhere doing something that I never thought I’d ever consider doing. After researching the venture, I believe it is going to enable me to attain one of my major DMP’s early. That is to get my husband retired so that we can take off in our RV for a 10 year tour of the country. I do believe this opportunity showed itself to me because I am more open to new challenges than I have been in the past. My “subby” allowed me to reach out and be brave so that I am able to achieve something I truly want in my life.
I was brought to tears last night when I read something that is totally in line with the journey I am on. It was about my old blueprints and I suddenly remembered things from very early In my life that must have been extremely impactful to me and how I have felt about myself over the years. WOW…..it was very emotional and eye opening. The good news is that I now understand things a little better and am confident that I will change those blueprints and become the person I am meant to be.
Retraining the brain is not an easy task, but in the end the rewards will be plentiful. I CAN be what I will be!!!!!!