|Wooded Stream, Douglas Mountain|
I can make a million excuses to stay mired in mud. And, if I really want to wallow in self pity - I will believe all the excuses. But watching MyHoney recover from what could have put many people in the ultimate mud pit has reminded me - "where there is a will, there is a way." He has had obstacles put in his way, but he flows around them. He is determined to not remain stagnant - he knows he is strong, powerful and swift, even at first if his recovery starts off as just a trickle.
|MyHoney, finding his way around obstacles in his way...|
Be still like a mountain and flow like a great river. ~ Lao Tzu
|Swift River, Coos Canyon - Byron M|
Whether you are recovering from surgery, illness, financial set backs, or if you seem to be in a holding pattern of not moving forward, you need to remember you are not a mud puddle - you are not stagnant and mired - you are a river. When you go with the flow, you can find ways around obstacles. With enough persistence, you can even cut through the boulders that get in your way.
|Swift River, Township E|
Paradise is here, Paradise is now ~ Paradise is being in the flow.....