Bending a life

For those of you who have wondered from my previous blog, I have no plans at present to move. (It could happen some day but not for a long while.) There have been opportunities presented to me and some that I have pursued on my own. Although each of them had positive attributes they ultimately did not fit well enough with my priorities–the things I value more.

Instinct, conscience, and family carry a lot of weight. The story of my life … still unfolding, outcome uncertain. For now I am content and very fortunate to enjoy the unfolding. Life is good.

How about you?

Theodore Parker said (and has often been quoted): “The arc of the moral universe is long, and it bends toward justice.”

Shrink that down a great deal and you might also consider: The arc of my/your life is long and it bends toward _________________.

Something positive, I hope!

Your past may well be full of hard knocks, understanding, or humility. (Better those than hanging on to emotions like anger, resentment, or remorse.) But look ahead, especially when faced with one of those crucial decisions. What has been the arc of your life, where is it going, and why? Most importantly, how does it serve your higher purpose?

Blessings to all!

3 comments

  1. David · July 26, 2012

    I am a strong believer in keeping an eye towards the past to remember where you came from, an eye on the present to experience the full delights of the world around you, but keep your focus on the future so you can figure out where you are going. Just wanted to add my two cents 🙂 Love your blog!

    • Kathleen · July 27, 2012

      Thanks, David! I like what you wrote about passion.

      • David · July 27, 2012

        Thank you! I’ll definitely be around to read more of what you’ve written.

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