Carpe Diem Tackle It Tuesday #10 Adaptibility

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Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,

I am a bit late with this new episode, but sometimes I don’t have time enough. So here is our new episode of “Tackle It Tuesday”.

We are halfway our Stepping Stones path to our end goal, a traditional tea ceremony. This week we will step on the stone of adaptibility.
What does this mean? To get to our life’s goal we have to be flexible like reed in the wind. We have to adapt to what God or Spirit brings on our life’s path. To finally complete our life’s task we have to follow the path of life. That path has a lot of crossroads, curves and obstacles for us. Every day we have to look at what we have to do.
Can I do it? Is it possible? Do you have boundaries? We have to be flexible and adaptive but never beyond our own boundaries and rules.

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You may be different. Don’t walk with the big crowd, try to be different walk into the opposite way. You may say “I don’t want to do that” or “I don’t cooperate”. If you say it with the sound of love and respect, than the other will accept that you don’t want to it or cooperate.
Be there for others, but it never has to be an obligation, you may say “so far and not further”.

reach for the sun
bow with the wind
reed will never break

© Chèvrefeuille

This episode is NOW OPEN for your submissions and will remain open until next Tuesday October 14th at noon. Have fun!

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4 thoughts on “Carpe Diem Tackle It Tuesday #10 Adaptibility

  1. Reblogged this on Blog It or Lose It! and commented:
    Cheverfeuille says, “To get to our life’s goal we have to be flexible like reed[s] in the wind. We have to adapt to what God or Spirit brings on our life’s path. To finally complete our life’s task we have to follow the path of life. That path has a lot of crossroads, curves and obstacles for us. Every day we have to look at what we have to do….Can I do it? Is it possible? Do you have boundaries? We have to be flexible and adaptive but never beyond our own boundaries and rules.”

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