Ramblings from the publisher

                   You Have the Choice
  
Why is it that it actually seems easier to accept the negative than
do what needs to be done to create the positive?
  
Why do we accept when someone says... “That’s just the way things                          are.”?
  
We’re not lazy, are we?
  
Do we feel we always have to be pushing against something? Do we always have to roll that big boulder up a hill?
  
Who even said life is supposed to be easy? It must have been someone that discovered the way to stay in the flow with their own life.
  
Life can be hard at times and it can be easy at times too. What do you think makes the difference?
  
That’s the question I’m asking us all to think about this month. What do you think is the difference between life being hard or being easy?
  
I borrowed this picture from the Hay House newsletter a while back. Look at the picture.... what do you see? I see that the difference between “can” & “can’t” is just removing the letter “t”.... and I guess technically the apostrophe too. The point being that only one letter stands between our choice of doing or not doing, achieving or not achieving, letting life happen to us or choosing how we experience life.
  
Just because it often feels like life is an automated treadmill running all the time doesn’t mean we have to be on it all the time. That’s not to say that we should always just stand by and watch the treadmill either. There could be a balance of achievement and respite, a balance of outer doing and inner exploration, a balance of the degrees of positivity we choose to live.
  
Yes, in the world we live in, there are times we are better off accepting that we can not change many things. However, we can look at our little slice of life and find the balance we need first, then widen our scope a bit and see what is there for us, then widen it again...etc.
  
What positive difference can you make in yourself, in your home, in the circle of people you interact with? What changes can you make that will bring more balance and “Yes, I can”, into your life and the lives of those around you?
  
We are not to be blind to reality, yet we are not to let it consume us with disparity either. Balance and Flow are two really great words we might want to implement more often.
  
May you find the balance and flow in one little part of your life this month. May you give thought/contemplation to what your soul is wanting to lead you towards. May you find moments of peace, joy, and excitement with your “I Can’s”.
    
I wish you a truly Great Day!
  

Debbie

Debbie Dalrymple
Publisher & Student of Life
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