Who Have You Chosen to BE?
I am subscribed to several blogs and one is particularly thought provoking. Some of us are “busy enough” in our days that we don’t want to spend any energy considering new ideas. While I am not really philosophical in my make-up, I personally believe a bit of introspection goes a long way to assessing who I am and who I want to become. And it seems that the people I know who don’t take some time to ponder their pathway are often stuck in a rut they don’t like, often putting blame on outside issues.
Teresa Silverthorn sent this out a while ago and I have been pondering sharing it with you. As we recover from the horrible storm a week ago Friday, we have had a chance to see how our friends and neighbors cope. A crisis brings out the “best” and the “worst” in ways regular living may not show.
Consider these ideas: