As I contemplate what works for me, incrementally I see gains and who I am shifts with the new practices I embody.
Small things add up to big things.
As cliché as it sounds, I am present to the gift each day is right now. It’s a cliché I see those diagnosed with terminal illness embody immediately.
And even without a diagnosis, we all are terminal. Life is finite.
We just don’t act like it.
Denial is powerful.
While I’m present to this, I’ll play the music, change my days to hours that afford space and ease, arrange my work weeks on my terms, practice Hal Elrod’s SAVERS daily, and be grateful for the insight the past two years have offered while driving a wedge into my routine.
It’s all a gift. Will you receive it?