I didn’t want to have a rare incurable disease but in accepting that I do, it has brought me a great deal of peace.
For me, a rainbow is a symbol of harmony. Each colour has its own worth, but together each colour compliments one another to create a whole. Nothing jars. Rainbows bring joy, hope and optimism as they make you stop in your tracks and take in their beauty.
Acceptance is a value we have needed to exercise a lot over the last 2 months. We have had to learn to accept a loss of control, to accept a disruption to our world, to accept changes to daily existences. Those who accepted these adjustments found peace quicker.
Is this Pandemic that uninvited visitor, who has appeared to disrupt the equilibrium by shining a cold, white light on the world, thus forcing us to scrutinise our daily existence?
If we are moral and values-led… If we are ethical and humane… If our actions speak louder than our words… If we do the right thing when no-one is watching then we know we have integrity.
To start harnessing and harvesting our dreams we need to start by turning our can’ts into cans, and our dreams into plans. I intend to embrace being a dream-catcher for myself and others, to encourage others to realise their dreams as our dreams can become our realities if we are determined and committed to make them happen.
Becoming a teacher, becoming responsible for a class, a year group, a subject, a faculty, a school were natural steps in the level of responsibility I felt comfortable carrying on my shoulders.
Authenticity is about presence, living in the moment with conviction and confidence and staying true to yourself. … Authentic is defined as: “not false or copied; genuine; real” and can also be described s “representing one’s true nature or beliefs; true to oneself or to the person identified.” Authenticity is something I think, talk, read and listen aboutContinue reading “#DailyWritingChallenge Day 38: Authenticity”
I think we all need to pledge to respect each other, our world and life more moving forwards.
I think my questions are sometimes taken as a criticism, instead of being recognised as me seeking clarity and understanding. I need to understand to believe, I need to be clear to have conviction in my actions.