Good morning, beautiful mindful ones!
I spent the weekend with a group of phenomenal, beautiful amazing women in Michigan. What a soul igniting experience!
This Monday morning my heart is filled with gratitude for each and every one of you.
Here’s a short story about life.
There was once a man who had been wounded by a poisoned arrow. And when his family wanted to find a doctor to help him, the man said no.
The mortally wounded man said that before any doctor tried to help him, he wanted to know who had attacked him. What was his caste and where was he from?
He also wanted to know this other man’s height, strength, skin tone, the kind of bow he used, and whether its string was made of hemp, silk, or bamboo.
So, as he wondered if the arrow’s feathers came from a vulture, peacock, or falcon, and whether the bow was common, curved, or made of oleander, he ended up dying before getting an answer to any of his questions.
Life is so short! Let’s stop focusing on irrelevant and insignificant things! Focus on what needs to be done now.
Smile. Live. Love. Be Happy!!!