I must live my life in a way that honors my dad. I must move on although my daily visits have ensued I gladly report.
But life, which has halted in many ways, now must no longer be stagnant but instead full of life and vigor…
this is possible…
the answer lies within us all as to what kind of life we want to live and how we can achieve it fully. People can serve as our guides along the way but in reality we know only if we are willing to look deep within ourselves and no longer fear what we see.
This introspection must continue with a sense of urgency as we are not promised tomorrow. And then we must look outward to help others, by prayer, by action, by talking about what is most important which on here is mental health.
I am currently actively seeking a zen life coach. I love this way of life and am curious to see if I have found one that feels I am a good fit. Interestingly enough I did not mention to him that I have a brain/mental health disorder. I really hate labels but my medicine gives it away. More on this later.
For now I want to focus on my questions that I have for my possible new zen life coach…
- How is it possible to detach (in my case from my dad) yet still care?
- How is my body possibly being affected by this anticipatory grief and my mind?
- I seek balance,especially in my daily routine, how can I find it with my many obligations?
Those are my starter questions.
It is evening right now and I have much on my mind.
peace love light and joy