: Seeds :

It has always seemed that a fear of judgment is the mark of guilt and the burden of insecurity-

I ask of you on this lovely May morning – Are you really curious how the next five, ten, fifteen years of your life will look like?

Possibility and wonder flourish in the wide open spaces of uncertainty. If we were absolutely certain about how everything would turn out in our lives, we would have no room to consider what might happen if we choose a different direction, a different path altogether. Imagine how “life” might be like stuck in an endless one-way street, on a set deserted railroad tracks with rails so straight and narrow, we would never be able to see beyond our next step.

When we pause to think about it, like our beautiful lives, a seed is both fragile and dense with endless possibility. Provided with the proper conditions, a tiny seed can grow to be a beautiful tree or a plant that bears yummy fruit, flowers or those things called vegetables! In our hyper connected world it pays to remember that a seed grows at its own pace. For that seed to be its absolute best, it will need plenty of love, compassion, kindness and care.

Friends, we are no different, anticipation of what could be possible, is what makes life exciting. In order to breathe possibility into reality, we need fertile ground, a stable environment and a warm, kind and compassionate heart.

Daily Meditation:

May a dose of uncertainty grace your lives this morning What will become of this seed, your life? Only you possess the magic, that is your frigging awesome life, in the palm of your loving hands.

*It’s good to be back with you, my Dear Readers, after finishing the Citizens Academy of Omaha’s Future last night. There are many stories and new topics to share with you, until then – Take care and be well! And before I forget – Its National Bike Challenge Month!*

CultFit Commute

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10 Comments on “: Seeds :”

  1. bgddyjim says:

    Woohoo! NBC month!

  2. Cheryl Krupski says:

    Great inspiration and it is great to read your blog again. Is the photo of Halleck Park? We walk there often. Have a great weekend!

    • CultFit says:

      It is indeed Halleck Park 🙂 Taken Friday morning on my ride to work shortly before sun up … Perfect time o the day to roll through.

  3. sittingpugs says:

    Thank you so much for these words. Granted, I didn’t see them until evening, but I needed them. Fantastic photo!

    • CultFit says:

      As always, I’m humbled each time you take a moment to stop over and visit. The picture means a lot to me, its half way during my morning commute to work, in which I stop for a few moments to listen to the robins waking up, the fountains playing gleefully in the predawn stillness … I stretch for a bit, do some yoga stuff and whatever then carry on, finishing my ride to work. One of these days I am going to call into work “sick” when I get Halleck Park 😉

  4. Chibimoekko says:

    Thank you for stopping by mine~
    What a thoughtful piece!
    Cheers 🙂

  5. Sandra says:

    Oh wow.
    As I read this, all I could think of was — I’ll be almost 66 in 15 years. Ho. Ly. Crap.

  6. Mazigrace says:

    Beautifully said! I so appreciate what you said about a seed growing at it’s own pace. What a great lesson for us to heed. To flourish it will need love, compassion, kindness and care. So true! I am honored that you chose to follow by blog: My Awakening Life!


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