More important: What WILL you do today?
More times in my life than I may recall, I’ve experienced limiting circumstances that slowed my roll or stopped me in my tracks. I’ve omitted the phrase “dead in my tracks” here, as obviously that was not the case. My point being, through hardships of, dare I say any type, there is always something you CAN do if you have a pulse.
There are choices that may improve only the moment, an hour, day or life(s).
I have learned the most profound lessons and most likely will get the opportunity to experience an even deeper learning of each, during a new or continued limitation.
If I could not walk, I could meditate, read, plan what I wished to do when I could again walk.
If I could not use both my hands it was a hoot to learn what I could do with one.
If through physical restrictions I could not do exhaustive work, I could not figure a way to improve my life circumstance immediately, perhaps I could walk and that would help.
It most always did.
We may not be given restrictions, however I feel we are given opportunities, chances and choices, even while apparent constrictions and restrictions are heavy in our lives.
What we can and will do in those moments may provide the most self gratifying, enlightening growth periods of our lives! These moments stored in or cellular memory will be drawn on again and again.
And as if muscles, these skills will strengthen, strengthening you and most often, provide chances to help others.
At first glance this illustration (on the left) may seem strange and perhaps disturbing. Yet, for me it depicts well, the concept of what you will do when faced with challenges will fan out to affect other areas of you life and others.
What will you do today to help change your life, even for a moment?