Doing what you love, is being who you are. Doing what you don’t like, is like being unfaithful to yourself, and you’ll never get where you want to be, and you’ll forget who you are.
I believe that when we finally realise that life is to be lived, not waded through, like a stream of toxic thick waste, hating every second, and that we should believe in our own power of making every dream we have come true, we truly begin to live!
We naturally become who we are, and our lives become effortless. Of course we have to work at what we want to achieve, but by working at what we enjoy, even if it takes a long time to ‘get it right’, it’s automatically a labour of love, bringing us home to ourselves, offering delight and a hunger for life.
This also allows us to offer to others less fortunate, and provide them with the means to also do what they love, be who they are, and so begin to change their lives. It’s like one big circle!
“Doing what you don’t like, is like being unfaithful to yourself,” “it’s automatically a labour of love, bringing us home to ourselves,”…there are some super great lines of truth in this comment. Take a bow. 🙂
Thank you so much Madam E! Coming from you, I’m so grateful and thankful! 🙂
Thank you Madame D! 😀
I find your blog to be subtle yet strongly impactful . I have enjoyed my visit very much. I would also like for you to know how much of an honor it is to have an artist and writer such as yourself to follow my work. Thank you very much and I will return again shortly.
Such a short sentence and so much to catch from it!!! Thank you for this post….and I have to say I am really honored that you are following my blog. I hope you will find a lot of interesting infos about all natural and organic cosmetics….which is a way to preserve our health as well as our children’s
I am now discovering and following yours….and already read all your posts about blogging!!! Now “attacking” your other posts….with so much curiosity and pleasure.
Your blog is beautiful and I really like the topic of organic and natural France. 🙂
Thank you so much…my toughest part is writing in English….but at least this topic is soooo much fun…
and if I could change one woman health by writing about natural…..my mission would be accomplished ;)…. I am a dreamer…
Love dreamers! I am one too! 🙂
Reblogged this on love self beautiful and commented:
It’s the part where its not pretty and doesn’t come easy that is hardest to endure – I just have to remind myself that its most always worth it. Here’s to the blessings that come from hard work and dark times!
I hear you Lara and agreed re the last sentence.
A saying so simple that many people neglect to see.
I have a picture in my apartment that says: Action is where Faith becomes real. I know that the act of taking the risk and “doing” is the only place that you have to move/change your life. It’s where the rubber meets the road. Great Post!
Oh I like that! ‘Where the rubber meets the road!’ 🙂
This is so true! It is such a valuable lesson people need to learn!
I think most of us know, we just need reminding from time to time!
This makes me want to reflect on how i’m always thinking and perceiving about all what’s around me…
Thanks for this post!!
You sound like an over analyzer when sometimes it’s good to just get on with it?
But it helps.
True words. Thanks for posting this
That’s very true, ‘action speaks louder than words.’
Thanks for this! I think there’s a lot to be gained from every now and then asking myself those three questions: who/where am I, who/where do I want to be, and what am I going to do about the difference between the two?
Right? And they definitely shouldn’t remain rhetorical questions.
Very true, we all have the ability to shape our future.
It’s so blatant that we just keep forgetting!
Definitely needed to read this right now, thank you for posting!
Thanks for responding UCG! 🙂
I would dovetail this with parenting – the difference between who your children are and who you want them to be is what you do, not what you say.
Amen! Amen! Amen! 🙂
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