This Saturday’s event 'Guide to Promoting Your Blog' A presentation by Sarah Fenwick from Cyprus Newsreport followed by an Indonesian meal was yet another occasion that had me marveling at the incredible energy that is created when 15 open-minded, innovative people that have mostly never met before are put into one room - magic!
What is more important for you to know ; what others find about you or what you think about yourself. How do you deal or what do you do with the opinion of others, does it have a big impact or can you see it as something they find/ think, not making it personal.
Today think thoughts you have never thought before, asking yourself the question; 'how will I see this situation when I erase all my former experiences, what will I do when I don't expect already a certain outcome?'
Life holds this wonderful promise that you may explore and rediscover every day a bit more about what is possible in this world. The potential of your being gives endless opportunities when you are willing and making the effort of opening your mind, learning new things, reading other books and exploring all kinds of information on the internet.
Well, Spring is definitely here in the UK now, the clocks have gone forward and there's no looking back. My garden is looking very jolly with the fresh greenery and yellow daffodils which always cheer after the drear of winter. Everything seems to put a terrific spurt on this time of year and plants spring up at such a rate that you would be forgiven for thinking that they are literally on springs. When the sun shines, as it is today, the light even has a clean freshness about it and of course we have more of it now the days are stretching out I feel I can also stretch out and breathe a little deeper.
Have you ever realized that you learn most from the situations you don't like to be in. All what makes you think has a valuable contribution to your life, all what makes you feel (in any way) emotional adds an opportunity to make new choices. Only in the choices you make, lies the freedom of exploration.