As I think about the year that has just passed, if I could change only one thing, it would be how connected I feel to those who are important to me.
How about you?
Do you feel connected in a world of so much isolation?
One of the most significant risks of this age of technology is that we have more knowledge than ever before, but disconnection is endemic. Families sit at tables wrestling to gain one another’s attention through screens. Workplaces have become satellite offices within the same building, and sometimes I wonder where it will all lead.
Fame and fortune seem to be the dangling carrot on the end of a stick. Yet when I watch the lives of those who are seemingly “living the high life”, I see the unravelling of their connection to what is important.
Connection begins with speaking to ourselves with compassion, finding and seeking understanding from the experiences that have made our year or season.
Each time we listen to our internal dialogue and reframe this narrative to one that is forgiving and kind, it changes the way we connect with our sense of purpose to a greater story.
Connection begins with our sense of clarity around the purpose of our everyday.
Each time I slow myself, to remember the reason why and the story that is awakening as I co-create my life with a powerful creator God.
Fame and fortune is not the end game. Connecting the dots between our internal worlds and the purpose for making decisions, changes the rules.
What rules are you living by?
We are kinwomen and you are our kin.