This image holds much mystery to me. Fool's errand or heroic gesture perhaps. Or was this me on more than one occasion this past week. Here's some good news: I get to try it all over again. Whew! Nothing holding me back!
Leadership is my main focus, of course. I am highly motivated to perform well. If I can't fix issues, I find someone who can. It helps to be well connected, and that is a part-time job in itself. The business of connection is so rewarding, and accomplishes much, albeit rarely realized. I was blessed this week to see 'too much' in a brief view, and shared that with many. Recognition can be a weighty challenge for those who do things every day that make a difference and humbly think 'it was not that big a deal.' Yes. It was. Yes. It is.
“Sometimes beautiful things come into our lives out of nowhere. We can't always understand them, but we have to trust in them. I know you want to question everything, but sometimes it pays to just have a little faith.”
― Lauren Kate, Torment
I have a particular challenge this entire year that requires attention to the smallest of details. I used to think that when you are hammer, everything looks like a nail. I am finding plentiful progress in this challenge to be fleeting. One step forward and two steps back. Wait. Is it that I am simply looking over my shoulder? What an epiphany! Resolving this aids in the progress to push forward. To awaken inside radiates and I feel a child-like happiness. The smallest things have the potential to get the momentum moving. It is the movement. It is the action. When it comes to these blessings, too much or very little are not the point. Blessings should be acknowledged. First things first.