Remember…

      “As soon as you trust yourself, you will know how to live.”

                                                                                                                                Gothe-Faust

On a summer day in my back yard many years ago, I believe I was ten years old, I remember spinning. Arms out wide, laughing deliriously, just spinning, round and round. At that moment, in the high of golden sunlight and laughter-I remember a voice asking me to remember. It was a powerful moment suspended in time with a plea for me to remember that moment forever, because one day, when I grew up, I would forget. I have never forgotten that moment.

More importantly is the message I will never forget. On the surface the moment begs me to remember the joy of being a kid and having fun never taking life too seriously, on a deeper level it reminds me to remember “who I am.” The surge of joy that gave me flight in that moment is a power found only at the core of our most essential being- one that dares to live for each and every experience.

I believe the source that fills us and that creates us comes through a spigot that we can turn off or on depending on us. The memory of that source has and will continue to be my strength in those moments when the spigot gets rusty and I cannot turn it. My soul remembering the stories that I have forgotten is my safe haven for the dreams and hopes of what was and what will be again. There are places and people that live in those stories that I believe have crossed my path before and will again, each experience acting as a reminder to something greater than a physical universe. I may not be able to know exactly how things will unfold, but I know for certain that the “me” that lives deep within guides me each and every day to be the best that I can be. It draws me into the greater wisdom that surrounds me. There within the folds of every beautiful and ugly, good or bad, sad or happy moment is a whisper in my ear to remember that I am all I can ever be in any given moment. Remember- turn on the spigot and let the waters flow!

About chasingtheperfectmoment

I love life and laughing really hard at least once a day! My greatest thrill is motivating and encouraging others. I have been fortunate throughout my life to work in environments dedicated to educating and helping others in various capacities. My greatest passion has been facilitating and presenting motivational programming for a national, non-profit organization dedicated to older adults, 50 years and older. When the opportunity presented itself to become certified in life coaching, my heart leapt with joy at the idea of being able to implement the tools and techniques of life coaching. Chasing the Perfect Moment devotes itself to the navigation of people’s search for purpose and goal achievement. Being able to help encourage people to explore their greater depths and appreciate who they are and where they can travel limitless offers the greatest gift imaginable. Additionally, I have been able to combine my experience in community health, business and marketing and the long term care industry with life coaching skills to create coaching workshops for CNAs and caregivers. Both populations’ older adults and caregivers demand the need for coaching. My program is called Care Enough™ and is dedicated to both. Please visit Care Enough (TM) at: www.careenough.today. I would love to hear from you both professionally and as a fellow sojourner looking for diversity and heart in every pocket and corner of life.
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8 Responses to Remember…

  1. Larry Who says:

    “…I believe the source that fills us and that creates us comes through a spigot that we can turn off or on depending on us…”

    That’s a good analogy. Now, to tap into it. (Could not resist the pun.)

  2. Debbie says:

    Checking my spigot for rust. Beautiful post and video and very wise words!

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  4. Thank you for sharing beautiful inspiration. I shall let the waters flow. I love these words “There within the folds of every beautiful and ugly, good or bad, sad or happy moment is a whisper in my ear to remember that I am all I can ever be in any given moment.” I appreciate you stopping by My Journal of Praise.

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