P.F.D.’S

20160225_132908Personal flotation devices   we all have them. Things or habits that we have gotten used to hanging on to.

This thought came to me while chatting with  a teammate while swimming.

We were sharing about things we hang on to in our lives that may actually be a hinderance to  our growth.

Comfort zones actually hinder our going on in our life, instead of growing, when you think about growing, there is movement, when you think about being in a comfortable place, there is very little, if any movement.

As we go on in our lives it becomes necessary to become really honest with ourselves.

Are you really happy with who you have become? What is your passion? What do  you really enjoy doing?

Are you happy with where you are at? Are there things that you are wanting to do but have been allowing fear to hold you hostage?

What makes your heart sing? what brings a smile to your face when you think about it?

What do you need to let go of in order to move forward?

These are important things to consider as you plan your future. Are you living your own life or, someone else;s?

Something to consider.

Till next time,

KP

 

 

Patterns.

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I was considering a few days ago the need of patterns.
We have patterns all around us. If we look, we can see positive  or negative ones.
Of course, we always find what we are looking for & more often than not, it’s  easier to find the negative/lack of patterns in our live.
When we are grateful for the  things already in our life, we can see positive patterns of patience, love, appreciation and acceptance.
The key is what are we thinking about?
When we are grateful, we have no anger or fear.
Try this:
For the next seven days, write down 3 items that you are grateful for. Take note of the feelings you have while you are being grateful.
Our attitudes are affected by our outlook of lack or abundance.
We choose what we see. Give it a week & please share what you noticed.
Wherever there is appreciation, there is duplication.

Till  Next Time,
KP