Understanding that we do not and cannot control events and their timing is mastering the first step in patience. Letting go. Things will come when they may. You must be ready to receive them when they do.
Doing things is leading a well life. There is wellness in doing. There is great merit in doing things in the service of others. Doing at the end of each day allows you to be at peace when you lay your head down to sleep.
The universe tends to work in marvelous ways pairing people and places in order for them to become friends, grow their businesses and try to make a better world together. This is the case between the incredible Elizabeth Mast’s Talulah & HESS and BuDhaGirl.
Whatever happened to turning the lights on and looking in the mirror? Whatever happened to self-reflection and a sense of decorum? Whatever happened to having a sense that it is not alright to look and do whatever you want in life…especially at work, in an airplane, in a restaurant, or at the gym??
“If you always do what interests you, at least one person is pleased.” - Katherine Hepburn We must live each and every day as if it were our very last; and part of living that way is working/doing something that we love every day.
No matter how old we are, there’s one thing we consider at every age… what will we choose to do with our finite amount of time on this earth? At every age, our answers evolve, but they always reflect what we deem important in life at that moment. As we grow older, our answers are distilled down and become the essence of our purpose.
Many of us are concerned with being efficient. In an effort to save time, we tend to choose what is useful to us. When something is useful, it often helps us get where we want to go - faster. But is the “useful” option always the best option?