Walk in Peace and
My Soulful Journey
The GREEN RABBIT: A BOOK ABOUT SAFETY
Stretch Your Imagination
The visionaries who paved the way to where we are now must be commended for their work. They took a dream, a simple dream; they took the time to map out all the different possibilities to set their dream in motion. They stretched their imagination as far as it could go, and it worked out great for them. Sure, there might have been a few dreams that didn’t turn out as planned, but in the end, they watched their dreams transform into a life of their own.
Some examples of great visionaries are: Henry Ford, John Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, and Thomas Edison to name a few. You can do exactly what they did by stretching your imagination. The thing about the imagination is, there are no limits, nothing is impossible. It is easy, clear your mind, totally clear it. Think of nothing, just be. Once you do that, you can start to let your mind wander. See what pops up; it can be a word, a phrase, an idea of how you can simplify your life, a new idea, or something that you’ve always wanted to do. Once you do that, the planning starts. What steps do you have to do to make it come alive? Again, let your imagination flow, the possibilities are endless. Map it out, draw it out, and work continuously to make it happen. You have to keep your dream alive; you created it and it is your responsibility to make it happen.
I have to admit that I struggled writing this blog, it is very personal to me. My struggles weren’t with myself, but in knowing that others are struggling and fighting for their lives at this very moment.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I am a survivor of both. My heart goes out to all the men and women that are affected by these. One day there will be a cure for breast cancer and one day there will be an end to the violence against women and children.
A Window Left Open for Forgiveness
Sometimes, when you hear devastating news about someone you love, you know what you feel in your heart, but the right words don’t come forth or they just don’t sound right or the wrong words are spoken. If this happens, don’t despair. It is not a relationship that is now lost. Look at it as if a window had been left open for love, compassion and forgiveness to enter.
For the person whom words were spoken, although it is hard, don’t take it personally. It is not about you; your illness made others face their own mortality and the decisions that they have made throughout their life. It makes them face things that they don’t want to face or they are not yet prepared to face.
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