Daily Post Prompt: When the full moon happens, you turn into a person whose the opposite of who you normally are. Describe this new you. Here she is:
Skinny, shy, in love with the wrong boy, uneducated, opinionated, righteous, a Miss Goody Two Shoes. No thank you. I will stay my current me. Not that I wouldn’t want to be younger, thinner, richer, more successful, but all things considered at 76 I am happy to be me. It took too long to finding me to risk losing her. Aren’t I lucky?
EMOTIONAL FITNESS TRAINING TIP
I do believe we all are here for a reason and that makes up a personal mission. Finding ourselves and our personal mission takes time; and that time is well spent trying on different variations. Going against that core nature erodes our emotional fitness.
Moreover, in the long run, as the poet once said “I have to live with myself and so, I want to be good for my self to know.” Which to me says, seek not just your personal missions, but The Mission.
Don’t know The Mission? Be kind to all you meet, make your corner of the world a better place to be.
Go here to practice one of my Twelve Easy Emotional Fitness Exercises. Once learned these are as easy as breathing. The hardest one is probably Remembering What Matters, which means keeping The Mission in mind as you go about living. Want to learn more about The Mission, personal missions and SMART goals?
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