|Looking good for 100|
Celebrating and Solving Problems
“The significant problems we have cannot be solved at the same level of thinking with which we created them.”--- Einstein
Today is a day of celebration. We’ve reached that wonderful 100 day milestone. We are not yet at the half-way mark but we are well on our way to becoming our best.
We’ve learned that true wellness is the realignment of the spirit, mind and body and that we are not our body. We have learned to be more thoughtful, loving and appreciative of who we are and all that we are becoming. We are learning that sometimes we are the problem and when we are not, we are learning to avoid borrowing the trouble of others.
We are learning to abstain from those things that diminish our wellness and light. And we know that we are here to illuminate our light so that others might shine.
We are learning to laugh, dance, sing, and make music or at least joyful noise. And we are beginning to see with new eyes.
We are moving better, thinking and sleeping more deeply and learning to listen and be still.
We know that we must be present, but we have a past and a future. We can time travel whenever we want because we are a being of light with one of the greatest tools ever created; the imagination. We are using it to dream and see all that we can be, while presently applying those lessons of the past.
I know that I am because we are and we are getting better each and every day.
Life is full of problems of significance and we are solving them by making significant changes each and every day.
We know that we will not reach our goals overnight; we will reach them every day and every night.
Today look at how far you have come.
· What changes can you see?
· What changes have others pointed out?
· What lessons have you learned and applied?
· Who can you share this with?
· What changes would you like to see in the next 100 days?
We have gone 100 days and we have 265 to go. In the scheme of things we are only beginning to see and to the morph into our true new selves.
Be you, be well, be patient.
Bertice Berry, PhD.