Tuesday, 16 October 2012

the oldest crow on the block!

 

 

Packed with experience and wisdom of going through the motions for the last umpteen years, I tend to be more a species that sits on the wall, reflecting and thinking, before taking action.  Compared to those running around grabbing the breadcrumbs on the ground in a dizzy haze or bamboozlement. 

What I notice is that I tackle life by having a grumble to hubby, then I put my head down and get on with the job at hand. While others seem to want to burden you with the woes of the world and expect you to join in for hours on end or even days.  I can’t see the purpose in that because this focuses on a replay of continuous negative information.  I have long stepped out of the need to be "hit over the head" with tales of disaster. I have found out that when I really do need to know something, I am always informed.  I also have no desire to whine, moan or talk over others or things I cannot influence.

It is a much more relaxed why of living. You keep focused on what you can change while taking care of what you have. Sometimes it is nice to be the oldest crow on the block.


Your Korus

Monday, 15 October 2012

Release


Which way do you look when taking a new pathway? Do you climb the hill to get a better view or do you segment everything, trying to get a better picture of the whole scene within sections?  Do you go it alone or pull someone along? How high do you reach out when the way is hidden from clear sight, to what is above or below you for support? 

To release means to "let go" of an item, habit, situation or responsibility. It also means to set something free.  Only by allowing a held onto belief, action or mannerism to be dissolved into nothing, gives a space into which the untried or unknown can venture into. 

A solution is possible to every situation that catches us in a bound position when we release the need, to bring it into what we already practice.  Finding a new perspective within a known pathway means taking real notice of how we acknowledge our own steps along the route. 

I believe, trying out a slightly varied angle, to something you are routinely used to doing, can open a new window of immense opportunity if only you can release the need to stick to your old way.

To release is the solution to expansion. So let go of holding on tightly.

Your Koruwhispers 

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