Megalomania

Megalomania

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How many people say: “Wow…I just love what he or she is doing! Wouldn’t it be great to work in this or that?” or “I would love to start my own cafe or web shop, but I can’t..” and then followed by a little over ten reasons why they shouldn’t. It is so easy to give yourself hundreds of reasons not to do something out of your comfort zone, that most people don’t. Positive thinking is often deducted as naive. It is a pity, because I honestly believe, that the world would look so much prettier if everybody would be doing what they love to do, when what they do comes from the heart. It has this sparkle in it, that just doesn’t stop burning.
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The boardroom

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Knock on that door! It was the first sentence that came to my mind while I positioned myself outside again this morning. Now today was a bit different as I wasn’t quite sure if I had to keep on doing this early morning session outside anymore. The last few weeks our son has been pretty moody and uncontrollable and I suddenly realized yesterday, the timing matched exactly with the moment I started my morning meditations and writing. The thing is, that we always cuddle a lot in the early morning. He is five years old and always sneaks into our bed around 6.00 AM. The exact time I got up these last few weeks. So yesterday, after ten minutes outside realizing this, I packed up my things and joined him for a big hug. And after that I doubted whether I should continue. I made myself a promise to keep on doing this on a daily basis, but whenever I felt like doing it. And sometimes I write, sometimes I don’t. Now this morning when I woke up, I felt I wanted to go and sit outside. So that is what I did. And what happened? Ten minutes later I heard a knock on the kitchen door. It was our son…I felt deeply moved and asked him to join me outside under my blanket. He folded himself up in my lap and told me he missed me and wanted me to be there when he woke up. It was one of those miraculous moments.

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