WE ARE ESSENTIAL

The word “Essential” is being written and said every day in relation to the Coronavirus Pandemic. The dictionary noun definition of this word is: A thing that is necessary and important. What does that mean to you? Taking advantage of this quiet isolation home time and looking deeper inside, may be the shift we have […]

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The word “Essential” is being written and said every day in relation to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

The dictionary noun definition of this word is: A thing that is necessary and important.

What does that mean to you?

Taking advantage of this quiet isolation home time and looking deeper inside, may be the shift we have needed to rediscover our passion, purpose and essential human being.  

The “thing” is, we all make a difference in our world if we choose to. We are all necessary and important to raise humanity and be the change during a time of challenge and uncertainty. How we show up for each other and on this planet is who we are, and we are necessary for the positive reset of our society and communities.  We are learning more every day from each other and this new knowledge is useful and necessary. However, what is even more important is knowing ourselves and sharing the wisdom, talents and truth that makes us unique, and taking action to create, inspire, teach, shift, and uplift our world…one person at a time, one day at a time. This is my personal intent and what I am dedicating to and putting attention on.

What is truly essential in my opinion, is that we ALL rise to our greatness and leadership. It all begins within us to rewrite the to do’s and make a new check list that includes: all levels of Better Health, Sustainable Environment, Spirituality, Compassion, Love and Uplifting Humanity.

Sharing one of my quotes by Lao Tzu: Knowing others is knowledge, knowing yourself is wisdom.

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