We tend to rely on reasoning, excuses, justifications, rationalizations, all the ...tions to make a choice, decision, get an answer, or event communicate. We "should" and "shouldn't" our way through thoughts and actions, sometimes using circumstances as a crutch.
If we are desiring change in any way, in any area of our life and we're feeling stagnant, are we wiling to change? What's holding us back?
A healthy environment is not only about how much sunlight we get, our water intake, and speaking positively to ourselves. It could include how we speak about others, about ourselves to others, and about others to others - really the whole gamut of communication around relationships and people. Maybe our healthy environment looks like minding our business, and letting others lives their lives.
I hear you! Yes, dear, but are you listening?
Do you ever stop to feel your aliveness?
To be in your body, take a deep breath, and realize you are alive.
Let's keep taking action on what feels aligned with our desired outcome. Let's keep creating, and yet, let us embrace the unknown. Let us not attach to the outcome WE want because it may not be the outcome we NEED.
Let's embrace the unknown, and be grateful each step of the way.
The work of being human.
Are we paying attention? Are we more aware of our actions, and how we're showing up? Are we paying attention to patience as we trust the process?
We may not always realize there is a process for everything, especially the things that are habit, like, sleeping, having a glass of water, walking, driving, eating. We've developed a trust in those processes to get to their particular end, yes?
Though the Google search results were not as conclusive as I had hoped, I feel pretty confident in relaying the idea that showing up is ~80-90% of life.