A flower can be a star…
The most beautiful form of a flower that forms an unusual star.
We’re not meant to be with everyone.
“Oh, boy”, am I learning that!
I’ve met some neat, neat people in my line of work. Some, I know would have/could have been great friendships. Sure, I am the one wearing the heart on the sleeve because I love my people.
I get wrapped up into them. No, I should not have [should not for self-protection of business]. I’m the mothering kind/cheerleader/muse who loves and gets hurt easily. But it is okay. It’s okay because it’s good that I keep learning. I have to. I need to. I’m human. But “it’s more than the party.”
It’s not being afraid, “too chicken”, to be vulnerable with people. I used to think it was a bad thing, vulnerability–a weakness. Somebody reminded me that it just wasn’t the case. How else would you let people in? Everything is a risk… But wouldn’t you rather live than not?
It’s emotional, whether we want it to be or not. We’ve just got to decide how far we’re going to wrap our hearts around it.
Don’t go there.
Love/”like” to a certain extent. When you’re in those early stages. People do need to prove themselves. Hold on to your horses. Keep the reins close to you. Yes, even in business; especially there.
It’s written in the stars where you’re suppose to be. You know that already! Sometimes we don’t choose, but it works out to the best of our wildest intentions and dreams. Then it surprises us. It’s not charismatic–it’s knowing, believing in the spontaneity of what’s meant to be. There’s clearly no stopping it… It’s written in the stars. It’s not smoke-up-the-rear-end, up over a fence. It’s life.
Be here in the moment, and let go of what never was. Remember that. Don’t forget to apply it, Darling.
Let your tongue vibrate the rolled “r” s of “bravo”!… Be careful what you give away with your words.