We may often find ourselves trying to escape the intensity of what we feel. (Or maybe that’s just me.)
Sometimes it just feels like too much, doesn’t it?
If our garden has overgrown with weeds and we still desire to have a beautiful, productive garden, we can choose to ignore the weeds or we can get to work.
And especially at first it may feel overwhelming.
“There are too many damn weeds in here!” “These weeds have completely taken over!” “There’s no chance!” Those are the limiting beliefs that have us turn away from tending and towards our pre-tending–pretending that there’s any other way to get true sustenance than the natural process of long-term nurturing, tending, observing, digging.
So we sack up. We start pulling out the weeds one by one. We enlist our friends, our coaches, our communities, our therapists, our pets, haha, whichever resources we can think of.
And eventually, we make a little progress. Then a little more. And a little more.
The weeds never stop growing altogether, but when we tend to them daily, we stay on top of them more easily.
And we keep growing, changing with the seasons, becoming something new.
Life is like our own little garden.
And we get to choose what grows there!
Be ALIVE today,