With little more than a week to go to Christmas … all there is left to say is thank you! When I started writing ‘Inner Sense’ a year ago it was with such a glad heart to again be able to share myself in this way.
It has been a big year for me as I’ve continued to put one foot in front of the other and allow the path to reveal itself to me. I am blessed to have worked with many wonderful people in a diversity of ways which have both challenged and delighted me. Each of you will know the opportunity you have given me through your trust to work with you and I honour and value the partnership we have and the privilege it is to do this.
I am especially grateful to those of you who have passed my details or this Newsletter on to others. Thank you! Not only is it a gift to be referred in this way, but it tells me you are willing to share yourself in a way that supports others and lets them know that indeed we are all in this thing called life together and that there is always help at hand if we are willing to reach out and give or receive it.
Whether or not we have worked together, wherever you are in your ‘journey’, I acknowledge you for the courage and commitment it takes to look into your life and move toward the wholeness that I believe is the purpose of all personal growth work. With the Festive Season on its way, remember to be kind to yourselves and mindful that perhaps all we can ever take is one small step at a time.
I have found that the secret to happiness is in living life from the question “How may I serve?” rather than “What’s in it for me?” So … when you’re out there looking for that perfect present, remember that the greatest gift you can give anyone – at Christmas or anytime – is the gift of You, being present.
Wishing you and your loved ones a safe, happy, healthy and prosperous Christmas and New Year.
Inner Sense No. 7 | December 2007
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Thanks for sharing!