Asteroid B-612Posted: February 11, 2014 Filed under: Meditation, Yoga | Tags: Artsy Wheels, Asia, Asteroid B-612, blogging, compassion, cycling, Europe, exercise, family, fitness, free range, freshly pressed, friends, gluten free, happiness, health, Help, hope, kindness, life, love, lululemon, marathon, meditation, motivation, musings, natural, nature, Omaha, paleo, passion, perspective, pilates, running, strength, Support, trail running, Travel, whole foods, yoga 7 Comments
It is thanks to the odd word, here and there, that everything was revealed to me-
There’s power in good will reverberated openly to the world, which is why I would like to introduce you to Artsy Wheels.
Life, is not very easy at times and rather uncomfortable at best. Walking down our path in life, we may feel like we’re walking alone, struggling with each step we take. Although we don’t have to struggle as long as we are honest with ourselves and asking for help when needed.
We can find strength and support through asking for help. Asking for help is not the same as complaining or surrendering in a shameful moment of weakness. Successful, motivated, caring and passionate individuals take control – take responsibility for finding the help they need in this “thing” called life.
All to often we lament, dwell on our uncomfortable lives. Its amazing what happens when we pause to find comfort in our hearts during these moments of distress … Whether it be riding your bike from Romania to Indonesia or seeking help during yoga class.
A lovely post 🙂
I do the best I can 🙂 Be well this morning and thank you, immensely for your kind words!
This is quite inspiring…
Thankfully someone shared an inspiring book with me, which in turn, inspired me to smile and share. 🙂
Hmmm… The Little Prince… =)
Okay… I’m more than smiling. Laughing already!
I also meant here as inspiring is – asking for help – it is a skillful art for big-hearted people… =)
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