I’m fascinated by your ability to pick up and move on. Did you grow up in a military family?
For me, I have this fear of losing what I have by moving away from the comfort of my known environment.
I’ve always thought that when people were continually changing jobs, relationships or moving, that they were running from something. In your case, I don’t know if that is the case or not. Maybe you are moving towards something. Something better, something different, something new and exciting?
Then again, maybe you are an angel, sent by God to touch as many lives as possible, working to bring about change in the world. I like to think of you in the latter sense, as an angel.
I believe if we don’t like the world as it is today, it is up to each of us to work towards making it a world where we can all live in peace, harmony, cooperation and a reverence for life. We need to think of more loving thoughts, act in more loving ways and consciously connect to the essence of who we are and where we came from. A loving God. God and love are one and the same. You have learned one of the universal truths. The more you give, the more you get back. Imagine what the world could be if everyone collectively was extending love, to others, to our planet to which we call home and outward to the Universe. Can you feel that positive energy? There is nothing just like it in the whole Universe.
Extending love to you, for all that you do, all that you are and for all that you are becoming. May 2018 bring about many more opportunities for you to share that which resonates within you. Love!
Thank you for the wonderful message.
I actually grew up in the same house and graduated high school with the same people I went to kindergarten with.
I’ve found most people are uncomfortable with change, and many live with the same beliefs that you mentioned.
I actually embrace change and not from a place of running or fear, from a place of growth and adventure. I’ve lived life in several different formats and at the end of the day, for me, being attached and clinging to anything is like putting myself in a prison, suffocating. And that same thing seems to suffocate my relationships too. I’m not searching, running or seeking something different, I’m asking what would create more, honor my self and my body and contribute the most to the planet and the people.
Life for me is truly about being and in that, a contribution to others. My children have learned to adapt, be comfortable with themselves and understand fully that life is choice, that each choice creates something and if it’s not creating ease and joy, you can always choose again.
You are never truly stuck by anything other than the thoughts you have.
I lived stuck in abuse, then I lived stuck in a world where everything was a lie. Navigating this reality took a lot of time on my own, a lot of questions and choice, even when it was hard and especially when the other side is completely unknown.
What small desire do you have pulling at you, that you’d never consider choosing because it’s too different, that if you chose it, would contribute more to your life than anything before?