What I’ve Learned: Lesson from Spring

Copyright 2015 Artisans Workshop Designs
Copyright 2015 Artisans Workshop Designs

 

In spite of winter tenaciously hanging on in some parts of the country, spring is making its presence known (the picture above was taken during a snow squall)! Even though the weather has been cold and icy, that hasn’t stopped the crocuses and daffodils from growing—fulfilling their potential!

Copyright 2015 Artisans Workshop Designs
Copyright 2015 Artisans Workshop Designs

That got me to thinking….

In spite of challenges that seem to hold us back, in spite of obstacles that trip us up, and in spite of rough patches that feel like they’re bumping us off track—in spite of all of that—keep moving in what we know is the right direction. Keep doing the things we’re being led to do. Keep going no matter what’s happening around us.

Even though it seems as if we’re being delayed, as some years spring is late in arriving, you’ll make up for it later on, just like spring does. When spring is slow in arriving, it seems that overnight flowers blossom and trees leaf out; spring catches up to the “right” timing. So, too, will you!

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hoverla-forest_path.jpg
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hoverla-forest_path.jpg

Your homework today is to keep going, keep following the lead, keep doing what you know are the correct things to do.

Break actions and tasks into steps. Break those into small parts and little pieces. Break those into tiny bits. Keep breaking them down until you come to fragments and specks of bits—increments that you know you can easily do. Then do them!

You can do it, I know you can!

I’m so proud of you!

Your Friend and Pep Pal,

Lauren

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