We are constantly invited to be who we are – Henry David Thoreau
It can be hard to stay the course. To be who we are and live aligned with the truth of what we most want, to stay out of comparison or trying to measure up to the standard set before us.
It’s easy to succumb to the temptation of all the shiny things and end up distracted and pulled off course or move through life overwhelmed and weary under the weight of all of our competing tensions and desires.
It’s easy to buy into the noise about who we should be, what we ought to look like or live like, and to lose sight of our our vision and primary values along the way.
Challenging or not, it doesn’t have to be this way.
As Thoreau wrote long ago, we are constantly invited to be who we are.
We are Interesting, messy, creative, strong, beautiful, imperfect, resilient, gifted. We are mother, teacher, lover, wordsmith, CEO, healer, engineer, pilot. We are afraid, scared, broken, addict, warrior, survivor,...