There’s a lot to navigate.
More than once in our lives we’ll arrive at a crossroads. How do we know which way to go?
Crossroads to me are moments of connection – with our hopes, our dreams, our desires.
They’re also moments that require honesty with ourselves.
It’s the last part I’ve found to be the most powerful when arriving at one.
Without a willingness to be honest with ourselves, our hopes, dreams and desires get watered down at best, discarded at worst.
There’s no more a deflating feeling than knowing we’ve sold out our soul.
In the game of life it’s a big price to pay.
We’re always being guided. It’s the life-giving energy that lights the path.
When that’s our metric, choices become easier.
Our fear of getting it wrong?
Make the decision then make the decision right.
It becomes challenging to keep walking the same well-trodden path when we can feel we’re being called for more.
The usefulness of the cup is its emptiness.
I’ve been grateful to Oscar Wilde on many occasions for I realised he spoke the truth.
‘Everything will be ok in the end. If it’s not ok it’s not the end.’
How will you fill your cup today?