February 24, 2009
2009 has taken off so quickly that suddenly we are half way through February already. With January having already disappeared I thought it might be good to spend a moment focusing on moving with the changes and being more present with them. Presence allows us to open to the learning and growth that can come from being in the moment of change.
Change is your friend. It is not business as usual out there … and thats a good thing. So it is time to get creative and do things differently. Creativity best happens in the moment of right now - the only moment in which change can really happen anyway.
As always, all is in Divine and Perfect Order… even if it seems a little messy sometimes… its ok?!
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