Wasting Time

file000475651684I really have an issue with wasted time. I don’t mean to sound bitchy, but I really do. There is so much I long to do in this world, so many places to go, people to see, acts of service, lessons, gifts, possibilities…and I don’t want to stop! Nor do I want to waste the precious time we are given in each lifetime with pettiness. Life gives us opportunities to make good use of this lifetime, and for me, every day counts! Living authentically awakens your soul and shows you how to be present in the moment. To explore it fully. To squeeze the last drop of its juicy-ness out and enjoy it thoroughly! We all have those days where we end it curled up in bed asking ourselves what did we actually carry out or do in that day. I want each day to be filled with intention. That does not mean I have to be working furiously and on the go continuously either. If it is a day of pause, that is important and can be intention filled as well! I just don’t want the day to be mindless and without any consideration of how it is best serving me on my path.

We are all gifted with the chance to share our calling or gifts. Part of that sharing means learning from our path. Taking the time to refocus, to find our purpose, to learn from our missteps or mistakes is all part of that process. Living fully and with awareness brings great intention to everything we do and say. I love that!

Finding our sacred purpose in life and owning every minute of it brings our soul to the day and we grow and file0001959782973shine brighter than ever. If we begin each day this way, we learn to ignore the things that are so distracting and worthless to our growth and forward movement. We don’t need to play with that negative energy or with that draining force. Instead we turn our attention back to the empowering opportunities that will feed us with the life force we need to live the life we have been gifted with in a healthy way for our body, our mind and our spirit.

Blessings ~ Lisa

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