“No Light Stays Hidden”

Door 2  In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary.

                                                                                                                          Aaron Rose

No light stays hidden and at the right moment through the right inspiration and encouragement our light will shine brightly into our darkest corners of insecurity. Too often we make excuses for ourselves and our dreams, letting our ego edit what our soul cries out for. Our light stays hidden under the blanket of doubt and uncertainty. We feel fearful to tread the waters of life for fear of drowning.

It takes courage and determination to crack the door open, but when we do- what the light can reveal is amazing. It does no good to play it small. The world needs your light and so do you. Inevitably and at some point it becomes too painful to ignore the cry that calls out for us to become more.

What are your dreams, what are the deferred daydreams that continue to ebb and flow in your mind pushed back by the “responsibilities of life?” When do we make up our mind that it’s time to envision what makes our heart sing? What’s the first step? What does it look like?

Could you take a moment today, no matter where you are at, no matter what the circumstance, and dream a little? Let your light shine brightly.

For those of you who have continued to follow my blog, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. I have been away chiseling at my own dreams and bringing them to life. My blog has changed a bit, but it is still me here, sharing and hoping to hear from you!




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6 Responses to “No Light Stays Hidden”

  1. Reblogged this on ANCIENT ARCHIVES and commented:
    Your words of inspiration have been missed. Glad to see you back!

  2. Ginny so glad you are back. Love to hear more about what you have been working on.Kath.

  3. So very glad to hear from you! In a nutshell, :), I took a different job, which lead to much frustration but opened the way for some amazing opportunities. I’ve set up a coaching program for CNAs and older adults. It’s a way to help empower two populations that truly need it. You are welcome to check out the program at: http://www.careenough.today. Secondly, I have received my certification as a Life Coach and am re-writing my book to reflect as a coaching handbook, more or less.
    Kath, this year has made me realize even more that I have to live my professional life just as genuinely as my personal life. I am pulling out all the stops and moving forward!!!
    I see you are continuing on with your talents and gifts. I am so glad you continue to share that beauty with all of us. I truly appreciate you.

  4. jakesprinter says:

    Very inspiring post 🙂

  5. Thank you. I enjoyed visiting yours as well. 🙂

  6. How inspiring, thank you 🙂

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