New Year Post

I spent this year in turmoil. I had to be yanked out of a situation in order to gain clarity and see what I needed to be focused on.

This road ahead is rocky. But the value in staying the course is apparent. I’ve lost weight. I have new ventures and projects to look forward to. My only task is to heal and create.

Starting the year by having surgery seems like a downer to most. But, to me, I see it as a metaphor for my continued recovery.

Loving myself. Healing. Creating. Being happy. This is my choice.

I learned this year that there are a lot of us who do not understand love or its healing powers. We think we know but we fall short. Love starts with putting others before yourself and it’s the most honest thing any of us can do. Forgiveness is a close second.

I have bad days but I remember that by doing the work necessary on me, I’m guaranteeing my continued success.

There are 2 hours left in 2012. As much pain as I endured, I’m blessed with a business that continues to grow, friends and colleagues whom I can count on, an open heart, an infallible purpose and unconditional love.

What right do I have to complain?

Happy New Year to you all.