Welcome to a brand-new year! We are nine days into 2023, and I hope everyone is off to a start that’s personally satisfying. We’re all at different points in life, but at some point, the wise ones realize the only competition going on is the one within themselves.
You’re neighbor runs the mile in 4 minutes, and for years you’ve been trying to beat his time. Then, you woke up to the fact that running is not your thing. Nope, something else is in the cards for you. And while he’s running 4-minute miles and receiving world wide recognition, you’re receiving the same recognition in that thing you were put here to do.
If you need help finding those natural gifts within, personal strengths, and the path of destiny, I can help you with that.
Remember, however, life is meant to be enjoyed. Epicurus was an advocate of having fun, and it was he who said, “everything in moderation, less the enjoyment fade.” Whatever you do for fun and pleasure is fine, as long as you’re in control of it, and it’s not controlling you.
How about new year resolutions? I think health is always a big one; dieting, weight lifting, joining the gym, yoga, and running-the list goes on. Most people want to be in better shape and take better care of their health, and rightfully so. I mean, what are we without our health?
This year will be unique. Yes, I want good health, more money, and quality relationships like most people, but 2023 is going to be a year of decisive action. I should have all those things, and if I don’t, I need to figure out why.
There’s a big world out there, and while I remain mindful to not get swept up in grand ideas, I know in my heart that a calculated risk is necessary. I see it in my astrological chart with Uranus in opposition to itself. It’s that time, and it’s that time for you too if you’re between 40 and 43-years-old.
There’s nothing wrong with the mundane, but the mundane should not be a means to an end. You’re daily routine should be apart of the bigger plan.
I begin 2023 without fear; without fear of death, poverty, or being alone. We can achieve great things if we have the freedom to do so. This year, it will not be enough to raise awareness or “wake someone up” if we’ve already identified the problem. Once the problem is identified we should be working towards change or resolution.
I market Nooz Buffet online, but I stepped out into my local city last week, and I spent two hours walking the streets of the downtown area talking to people and handing out business cards. It was a lot of fun.
I have some great ideas, and I know there are others out here who do as well. And that’s what life and destiny is about; Getting out there, talking to people, and finding people who can help you along your path. I think social media and the access we have to other people because of the internet can be a great tool, but don’t let it fill you with a false sense of success or the idea that success can be obtained without effort.
It’s nice to be back. I hope everyone enjoyed their holiday season and new year celebration. I’m looking forward to year of firsts, and a year of clarity that leads to expansion and prosperity.