Notes To My Younger Self
In flying, you’ll be taught to think miles down the road, anticipating possible scenarios in order to be ready for whatever situation arises. A skill, however, that won’t serve you in your personal life. In day to day living, resist the urge to anticipate what might happen, what might have been said, what someone is probably thinking. Since these rabbit holes are an endless maze that leads to anxiety, miscommunication, and hurt feelings about things that, often times, never come to fruition. Instead, take your days on their own merit. Moment by moment, only considering and reacting to what is actually said, what you see with your own eyes, and what you hear first hand. This way, you will not only save valuable energy, but also be able to approach every moment with a clear mind and open heart, allowing the natural flow of your earth minutes to track their course.
E.L. Chappel author of Spirit Dance/Storm Makers/Coming very soon: The Surge
If allowed to unfold on their own, things turn out way better then we could have ever imagined.
aka The Glamorous Wife