“Moribund – (adj.) – On the brink of death in every sense of the word, in the process of dying out.”
Context is everything! We often think of evolution as happening gradually. Not so. It comes in leaps. Relevance means “does this matter to me – or – do I really care?” Credibility means – “do I believe it?” Stillness does NOT mean to stop. It’s hard to change long-time habits – but the more we’re willing to try – the more we can make up for lost time. How uncomfortable are you willing to get? Detox. De-clutter. For today – we each are given an opportunity to let go – move on – and forgive (unforgiveness is like taking poison and expecting someone else to die). Expect to learn something of great value today. Yes – you are seeing accurately. Nature’s gift will be found “blowing in the wind” today! LISTEN! All is well! ❤
“Tergiversate – (verb/intransitive) To equivocate, to be ambivalent or indecisive. 2. To reverse position, to apostatize, to go over to the other side
Twelve chapters – 365 pages. June – Chapter 6! It always takes longer to plan than to act. It takes EXTREME patience/time to grow and develop Inner Knowing/Intuition. Humans love “quick-fast-and-in-a-hurry-quick-fix-please” – – rather than building a strong foundation. How many times have we changed jobs or relationships – only to discover “same-sh*t-different-day?” It’s no wonder people are angry. If that “frog” (job/relationship) hasn’t turned into a Prince/Princess yet – chances are good they’re not going to. Analysis-Paralysis is a sure death to big dreams and lofty goals/aspirations. For today – go to FutureMe.org (click here)and write a letter to yourself (delivery date – January 10, 2020). For your frame of reference – think back to July 2018. What was the goal in July 2018 and what steps are being taken to accomplish that goal – or has the goal changed? Focus on objectives – not outcomes – let’s roll! It’s June and “I can save myself.” Be your own Shero – trust yourself – you got this. All is well! ❤
January 10, 2020 will be here before we know it – Zoom!
“It was the serpent who told her how good it tasted. Could she believe him? She smelled death in the fruit, the stench of rot. But she craved something new – a taste of adventure. And even if the serpent lied to her, she could always spit it out. To break the law didn’t she actually have to eat the fruit, did she? Just a little piece on the tongue – that was legal wasn’t it? There was a way to find out. . .” ~John Sandbach (Omega Oracle)