“Average.” Urania appreciates their reflective copy — yet feels the common scene lacks originality and imagination.
“Everybody starts… somewhere.” Calliope shrugs. “Babies learn to walk by following… big kids?”
“And a few—wu-wu — unlearn average — then cha-cha to their original beats!” Thalia’s frock flounces as she reviews the day’s planner. “Let’s get to the playground! We have so much meyou-zi-ness to create!”
It often feels to me like the Universe is trying to make sure I want what I say I want enough to do the work required to achieve it. And — it puts distractions in front of me to make sure I’m really thinking about what I want. (lightly edited)
~ Bobby Kountz
Love the quote again!
“It often feels to me like the Universe is trying to make sure I want what I say I want enough to do the work required to achieve it.”
How often have I pursued a path against my instincts/intuition simply because I felt compelled to work hard at something?
I sense that at times, I put a lot of emphasis on the real or perceived “lazy” or “easy way out” avoidance.
“At least he tried and didn’t shy away from the challenge” plays a lot better in my mind.
“He really knows what he wants so he said no” usually becomes “he’s probably just avoiding hard work” in my self talk.
Oh my word, reflections are HARD! Applause for even attempting it! 👏