Monday, February 28, 2011
February 28, 2011
The sorrow of a lifetime of what-ifs and postponed decisions and actions translates into a lifetime that never reaches its full potential, that never fulfills its purpose. At the end of one’s incarnation, one wants to acknowledge having lived fully, knowing that all that one’s spirit had set out to do was at least attempted, if not accomplished. In the trying, we still learn the desired lesson. We do not need to accomplish all sorts of grand levels of action. And certainly, we do not successfully thrive at the expense of others. We do need to live a life that reaches for the greatest good for self and for the All. Procrastination and inaction impede the progress of the soul. Namaste!