Blah, Blah, Blah In Your Dreams ……..
I am feeling pitiful and pitibul. I sprained my ankle this morning and I am sitting at home in a big soft chair. My butt is getting numb.
How sad is it that I can barely place my ankle on my leg to wrap it in an ace bandage or bend over or squat to wrap it. Or that my left leg gets sore from hopping around while leaning on a bar stool?
I was thinking that I would finally have a moment of epiphany, that moment that would finally shine through and bestow me with the power that would propel me through the changes I needed to make in my life.
First of the long list of thoughts that I tell myself about my weight and lethargy is that I can never change, it feels like a lump on concrete I cannot get through-that nothing will ever change.
But the inevitable truth is that change is the one constant we know and that it is inevitable. Sometimes it comes quickly, other times it moves slowly oozing through our lives so that we can scarcely see it.
So the trick is embracing this movement, this constancy though out our lives. How do we befriend it? How do we embrace change? How do we make it so?