We all have viewpoints. Places we stand and look out at the world we see. We have insight, insightful ideas and visuals to see the world through our own perspective. What does this world look like to you? Close your eyes for a moment and see for your self.
Is this a world full of desires not met, ideas that cannot be maintained or false thoughts of days gone by. Do you stand on a mountain top and find the fog to great to see anything or maybe find it too stormy to stay.
Does your world look fearful? Are you afraid to walk a different street because you never have done that before? Maybe for you to have a different idea, one that gives you perspective instead of why do I?
Sometimes we have to see differently, speak a different set of words based on something new or command ourselves to make our feet walk. Sometimes its easy and most of the time its a lot harder than we envision it to be. Why do we get stuck? Why do we climb the mountain and not look over the edge to see below. Can we command the sun to shine on a rainy day?
I believe we can. I believe we can just by imaging it to. Why not close our eyes and think a different thought. One that has a clarity to a better way. See policy as just another thought that was there and now you command it to be gone. Not all things are equal but we can find balance in directing ourselves to see both sides at the same time.
Invite the problem in and take care of it. Open the door to your fears and give them a warm hug. Bring peace to a situation by not allowing it to control the experience. Say NO to what you do not want.
It’s hard to walk up a mountain. The terrain is easy in the beginning but harder as you get nearer the top. Boulders and roots block your way like indecision blocks the inner voice from revealing itself. Once you see the sky again you get excited to complete your task; you may forget about how hard it has been and run the rest of the way. You may also take your time and contemplate how you made it but revel in the idea that you accomplished it when you see where you have come from.
Do it for your own sake. Do it for you. You are the only one that can make changes, find balance, and avoid pitfalls. Release those expectations that you have to follow a leader and climb the ladder yourself. It’s all good. It’s your story in which you invite others to hear.
It’s about belief, it’s about honour, it’s about the glory of the mountain top and finally seeing there are so many others up there with you enjoying the scenery.