“It is equally important to end things as well as you begin them,” my yoga teacher explains about mindfully finishing the poses of our class. This concept could be applied in many ways, I think to myself: our hellos and goodbyes, meals, encounters with friends. Taking time to finish a thought or activity before dashing off to the next one…
Whether this year was a fabulous one or not, (perhaps you’d like a “do-over”), as 2015 comes to a close, may we embrace its lessons, and prepare our souls to release the old and receive the new.
“Make your own toast,” a friend reminds me, as a life analogy for making good choices and creating a vision of what I want 2106 to bring. “Or someone else will make it for you, maybe with soggy bread, or not the grain bread you like, or with the wrong toppings.”
So, here’s to 2016, and make the most delicious toast possible!
Wonderful thoughts! I have not decided my “toast” this year but will ponder for a while. Love to you!
Choosing my toast, being intentional, not being overwhelmed by the choices, but having the courage to move through life as you do. Not being fearful of the unknown, or a wrong choice, but living life with such grace, confidence and strength. Thank you! Cheers to 2016!