A question often asked in many personal development courses is, “What is your greatest fear?”
I don’t know what mine is. I can imagine it. Like I fear losing my loved ones. I fear losing the use of my limbs, not being able to type, not being able to read.”
For a few tenuous moments this morning, that particular fear of not being able to read felt a little more real than usual. I woke up, put on my glasses, picked up my phone to do WORDLE and it all look a tad blurry.
And then I checked my glasses.
They were a very old pair. Far to weak for my eyes today.
Ahhhh….. Whew! No wonder everything was blurry.
My eyesight was quickly remedied and I carried on.
But it got me thinking about how fear limits my experience of what is real and true and beautiful in my life in this moment. Fear traps me in darkness.
So, how do we avoid letting fear drive us into our limiting beliefs that end up liminting our full joyful appreciation of life?
We let courage draw us out and into living on the wild side, living as if time is not ‘the enemy’ but our co-conspirator in creating the life we dream of, the life we want, the life we deserve.
That’s my plan.
To be drawn by courage into complete, wild self-expression of my true self coming alive, becoming all of me with every breath I take.
What about you? Do you have a plan? Do you have a clear intention of how you want to, will, age?
I hope so.
And I hope you share your thoughts. You inspire me!