Life has a way of grabbing my attention and reminding me daily of what’s important. Loved ones. Health. Friendship. Family. Compassion. Laughter. My lovely dog companion. Creativity. Nutrition and exercise. Meditation. Generosity of spirit. Appreciation in the moment. When I become distracted by the trivialities that numb this awareness, I oftentimes find myself feeling confronted . . . or greeted . . . . by a Change of State. Confronted or greeted? How I determine Change’s perceived benevolence factor is how I shun or welcome it.
The other day I found myself frozen in a moment of experiencing a Change of State. Frozen. It was inevitable that a new paradigm was opening its doors to me. And I was immobilized with fear.
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