5 Strategies for Getting Real About Your Life

and I haven’t even posted my own preface(if you might) to this, that I didn’t know was my own preface to this. go figure! but Gary is on the top of my list right now for saying it like I feel it. Thanks Gary!

Deus Nexus

Source:Waking Times | by Gary ‘Z’ McGee

“You can’t improve the things you love if you never allow them to be imperfect.” ~David McRaney

JourneyHere’s the thing: You have no angel wings; you have no halo; your heart is not made of gold; you have no holier-than-thou faultlessness that makes you better than everyone else; you are not perfect. You are equipped only with a clumsy body, a magnificent brain, and a finite heart that beats a-patter against an unquenchable infinity. The good news is: this is all you need. The bad news is: it may not be enough. And that’s “perfectly” okay.

You’re the stumbling personification of imperfection, at best. But so what? That’s where the juicy stuff is anyway. We need to dive into the deep end of being a flawed human in order to get to the succulent mess that can make us awesome, despite…

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Author: Elena in the Jungle

Living a very simple reclusive and self sustaining life way out in the jungle with my husband, growing as much food and medicinal plants as possible, I find my freedom and sanctuary in the amazing and spectacular array of life that surrounds me, gifts of Gaia, most especially while traveling around on my horse.

2 thoughts on “5 Strategies for Getting Real About Your Life”

  1. Really appreciate this: “You can’t improve the things you love if you never allow them to be imperfect.” ~David McRaney. How true is that? Plus the constant perfectionist thing is just a Feminina-Creativity zapper, isn’t it? Ooof! Thanks for sharing this one. 🙂 xoxo Love, Jamie

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