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December 6, 2012

Today's Truth and Beauty: It's never too late to contemplate who / what we want to be when we grow up. En♥, -me!

It seems as though "What do you want to be when you grow up?" is a probing (and often intimidating) question exclusively reserved for those within a certain age and height requirement. The truth and beauty comes in freely accepting that growth is a continual cycle, and it is highly probable that the journey towards fulfilling purpose includes more than one destination. The societal pressures of attempting to have that elusive "it" figured out by a certain time in our lives has a reputation of stress, emptiness, anguish, and unhappiness. Release the tension. Life is not linear, so stop toeing the line. It's never too late to charter a new course. If the soul still resides in the physical body as we know it, then there is still growth inside. We may learn that our flower is just budding. So, be your age nine months, nine years, nineteen years, ninety years, ninety-nine years, or any other, take some time to ask yourself, "Who / What do I want to be when I grow up?"

From My Cocoon, 12/05/12, 11:30:18 AM
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