“Quantum physics tells us that nothing that is observed is unaffected by the observer. That statement, from science, holds an enormous and powerful insight. It means that everyone is creating what they see.” By Neale Donald Walsch

For the last twenty one weeks, I’ve discovered what I believe to be several pillars to a healthy and happy being: Living in the present, releasing the past, being non-judgemental, having faith, having purpose, doing and being, letting go and letting be, and the power of gratitude. Each one has contributed to my own growth and understanding of happiness. 

Each day brought a new message to inspire me and I looked at each one with the intention that I would objectively look inside myself for what it means. In other words, I tried to be the disconnected observer of my own thoughts and reactions to each quote. As I read back through them, I see the wisdom in this final quote. There have been patterns in my growth from day to day and more often then not, each new day’s quote feels like an evolution on the previous one. I’ve unconsciously been creating what I want to learn. 

Not building to a new self-image, but digging to uncover the real me. Amazingly, I still don’t feel attached to any definition I have of myself right now. Perhaps that has been the point. This has only been a part of an ever ongoing journey of self-discovery and I’m letting it all go to freely move forward to whatever comes next. Right now, I feel is joy, gratitude, and a fun curiosity. Time to move forward. See you all there… wherever that may be! 

Thank you all for following me on this journey and sharing your thoughts and questions.

Bless you all.


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