A Letter of Promise

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Let’s not count the days; let’s make the days count.

We are currently in the midst of an unparalleled new ear of individual growth, in which a productive 360 degrees feedback loop has been established between the latest discoveries of humanity and mother earth.

Times are indeed changing. Only a short time ago, our comfort zone had served us well or okay. Our behaviors and patterns from our past weaved in our daily lives. The experience of life-changing overnight is our current reality. As individuals awakening to a more significant or a different reality, we are part of a much more significant sea change.

Our current systems – or present systems of doing things are breaking down, and it is time for something new to emerge. Our norms for politics, economics, religion, science, education, medicine, and our relationship with the environment are all showing a different landscape than just a year ago.

It seems that human nature is such that we reject changing until things get really bad and were so uncomfortable that we can no longer go on with business as usual. This, my friend, is as true for an individual as it is for society. We wait for crisis, trauma, and tragedy before we get down to looking at who we are, what we are doing. Then and only then is when we stop to look in the mirror on how we are living, what we are feeling, and what we believe to be true before we embrace actual change. Often it takes a worst-case scenario, such as a global pandemic, for us to begin making changes that support our health, relationships, family, and future. My message is this; it’s time for monumental shift change.

How many times in history have individuals lived and died through a crisis and come out on the other side of it and not learned anything? What is your lesson? Who will you be? What will you be?

Letting go of the old and embracing the new sounds easy. But we know it’s not. Taking small steps in our daily habits and change our approach in our lives, improving our responses and not reactions, could serve us best. As these United States began to reopen, how will you emerge?

During the past several weeks, self-quarantine/taking shelter/staying home, we have been as the caterpillar, developing our inner worth, family values, and learning the values of life. Soon we all will become the butterfly, spreading our wings, seeing life through a different lens.

We know that to leave the familiar behind and step into something new is like a salmon swimming upstream: it takes effort; frankly, it’s hard, it’s uncomfortable.

It’s okay to be uncomfortable if your journey is to improve your life and those you love. We will probably not live through another global crisis as we are now living. We have been given this opportunity to make a paradigm shift in the way we see and respond to the world and to ourselves. Let’s not miss the chance to make a better world.

Take this time to evolve and make your shift.

Let’s not count the days; let’s make the days count.

We are currently in the midst of an unparalleled new ear of individual growth, in which a productive 360 degrees feedback loop has been established between the latest discoveries of humanity and mother earth.

Times are indeed changing. Only a short time ago, our comfort zone had served us well or okay. Our behaviors and patterns from our past weaved in our daily lives. The experience of life-changing overnight is our current reality. As individuals awakening to a more significant or a different reality, we are part of a much more significant sea change.

Our current systems – or present systems of doing things are breaking down, and it is time for something new to emerge. Our norms for politics, economics, religion, science, education, medicine, and our relationship with the environment are all showing a different landscape than just a year ago.

It seems that human nature is such that we reject changing until things get really bad and were so uncomfortable that we can no longer go on with business as usual. This, my friend, is as true for an individual as it is for society. We wait for crisis, trauma, and tragedy before we get down to looking at who we are, what we are doing. Then and only then is when we stop to look in the mirror on how we are living, what we are feeling, and what we believe to be true before we embrace actual change. Often it takes a worst-case scenario, such as a global pandemic, for us to begin making changes that support our health, relationships, family, and future. My message is this; it’s time for monumental shift change.

How many times in history have individuals lived and died through a crisis and come out on the other side of it and not learned anything? What is your lesson? Who will you be? What will you be?

Letting go of the old and embracing the new sounds easy. But we know it’s not. Taking small steps in our daily habits and change our approach in our lives, improving our responses and not reactions, could serve us best. As these United States began to reopen, how will you emerge?

During the past several weeks, self-quarantine/taking shelter/staying home, we have been as the caterpillar, developing our inner worth, family values, and learning the values of life. Soon we all will become the butterfly, spreading our wings, seeing life through a different lens.

We know that to leave the familiar behind and step into something new is like a salmon swimming upstream: it takes effort; frankly, it’s hard, it’s uncomfortable.

It’s okay to be uncomfortable if your journey is to improve your life and those you love. We will probably not live through another global crisis as we are now living. We have been given this opportunity to make a paradigm shift in the way we see and respond to the world and to ourselves. Let’s not miss the chance to make a better world.

Take this time to evolve and make your shift.

Let’s not count the days; let’s make the days count.

We are currently in the midst of an unparalleled new ear of individual growth, in which a productive 360 degrees feedback loop has been established between the latest discoveries of humanity and mother earth.

Times are indeed changing. Only a short time ago, our comfort zone had served us well or okay. Our behaviors and patterns from our past weaved in our daily lives. The experience of life-changing overnight is our current reality. As individuals awakening to a more significant or a different reality, we are part of a much more significant sea change.

Our current systems – or present systems of doing things are breaking down, and it is time for something new to emerge. Our norms for politics, economics, religion, science, education, medicine, and our relationship with the environment are all showing a different landscape than just a year ago.

It seems that human nature is such that we reject changing until things get really bad and were so uncomfortable that we can no longer go on with business as usual. This, my friend, is as true for an individual as it is for society. We wait for crisis, trauma, and tragedy before we get down to looking at who we are, what we are doing. Then and only then is when we stop to look in the mirror on how we are living, what we are feeling, and what we believe to be true before we embrace actual change. Often it takes a worst-case scenario, such as a global pandemic, for us to begin making changes that support our health, relationships, family, and future. My message is this; it’s time for monumental shift change.

How many times in history have individuals lived and died through a crisis and come out on the other side of it and not learned anything? What is your lesson? Who will you be? What will you be?

Letting go of the old and embracing the new sounds easy. But we know it’s not. Taking small steps in our daily habits and change our approach in our lives, improving our responses and not reactions, could serve us best. As these United States began to reopen, how will you emerge?

During the past several weeks, self-quarantine/taking shelter/staying home, we have been as the caterpillar, developing our inner worth, family values, and learning the values of life. Soon we all will become the butterfly, spreading our wings, seeing life through a different lens.

We know that to leave the familiar behind and step into something new is like a salmon swimming upstream: it takes effort; frankly, it’s hard, it’s uncomfortable.

It’s okay to be uncomfortable if your journey is to improve your life and those you love. We will probably not live through another global crisis as we are now living. We have been given this opportunity to make a paradigm shift in the way we see and respond to the world and to ourselves. Let’s not miss the chance to make a better world.

Take this time to evolve and make your shift.

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