I remember both of my grandmothers saying how fast life goes by. As a kid I didn’t really understand what they were saying but as I get older their wisdom makes more and more sense. Life is short, I’m getting that more and more every day.
Last week was my birthday and one more year has passed by. Every year as my birthday approaches I become aware that another year in this journey of life has passed.
Every year for the past few years when my birthday approaches something inside me begins to stir. This year was no different and the stirring came as it has for the last several years. I wonder if this is part of what my grandmothers were trying to share with me in their wisdom.
When the stirring starts, I like to reflect on what the last year has held and what I have accomplished. During my reflection, I opened my heart and felt so blessed to be where I am, doing what I’m doing and being who I am. My heart is full of gratitude that I get to be me.
The next step in my reflection is to look forward. I wonder what’s next? You and I are so blessed to have the power to set intention and create a life we want to have. During my contemplation, I asked myself “where do I want to be a year from now?” Then lots of thoughts and feeling came flooding in. I know I have said yes to a big calling. I’m a woman on a mission to bring together women from all around the world who also have a calling that they need to fulfill. For years I had this yearning inside me that wouldn’t go away no matter what I did…until I said yes. Once I did, everything changed. So, when I ask myself where I want to be a year from now the answer is…
Right here with you and the other women who are destined to come together to make big shifts in this world!
There really is no place else I would rather be than right here bringing amazing women together to change the world.
So now it’s your turn.
Where do you want to be one year from today?
What are your heart & soul calling you to do? To be?
What would it take for you to say yes to that?
Share your thoughts and feelings with our sisterhood. We all learn and grow when we share.