Today Kat McNally’s Reverb14 Day 3 prompt is:
It’s all too easy to put off loving where we are until everything is perfect. What can you love about where you are now?
Although I’ve never actually done it, sometimes I think it would be fun to put together a playlist of this-is-who-I-am songs. It’d be a pretty big list, but if I had to narrow it down to one, I suspect I’d choose Amy Steinberg’s Exactly.
It’s how I feel about my life. That I’m exactly where I need to be and that I’m a blessing manifest.
My life is filled with so much goodness. I do work that I love; I am well-loved and love well in return. I have a rich internal life; I know who I am and am committed to aligning myself as fully as I can with my divine soul self and expressing that as brightly as I can in the physical; and I know myself to be a powerful creator being and accept responsibility for creating the life I want. I’m on a mission to surround myself with only treasures; I like keeping my face turned to the sun and my heart to the moon; and I’m constantly questing for more awareness, for more balance, for more open-heartedness. I love that I’m connected to Bee, to Spider, to Crow, to Elephant, and to Whale; and I love that I have a deep relationship with flowers and trees and the stone beings; and I especially love that I have a strong connection with my support team in Spirit.
It’s not that I haven’t worked at it or that my circumstances have been remarkably free of sadness and grief and pain. Hardly. And I certainly wish I were in alignment with fabulous financial abundance. I have great visions of the dream home that makes my heart sing and I most definitely have plans for the big-scale kind of philanthropic work a fortune would fund. I wish I didn’t live quite such a sedentary life or had quite such a love of food and had the healthy fit body to prove it; and I definitely wish I were exponentially braver and more wild.
But the absolute truth is I love me and I love my life. I love that I woke up today and have another opportunity to be on this adventure called life, and I love that I get to peek into the lives of others on this journey as well. So tell me – what do you love? You know I want to hear.