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A story among us

Many people have a story to tell for the world to hear, but not every one can tell their story. Each story is unique and some stories are told to lead the other stories to be told. Every time we fantasize about our story being told in the spotlight, we all wonder what will be like. I feel being a leader is very important for certain people, but certain people who act as if they are the leader really fool themselves. I understand some people need to come across in life to feel their full potential even if it means to be a leader. Sometimes we don’t know what to do with a gift of being a leader, but we need to stick our necks out yelling, “Here I AM!” or yelling, “Aqui Yo Estoy!”!!  Being a leader is a gift only a few have because people need to follow someone.

Finding out the truth of who we are and what we are meant to do is an enlightening experience. We become someone who can teach others how to find their own enlightenment. We must try to  find our enlightenment. I know some people are born leaders while others learn from the born leaders, but we all lead from one main source. Although some people just lead mainly from that main source. We must try separating ourselves  from the rest of the world which can be difficult for most people to do.

There is a song from the 1980’s which we should all think about to believe in ourselves from the Michael J. Fox film, “The Secret of My Success” called “Don’t Ask The Reasons Why” by Restless Heart. It gives every one the beginning of the enlightenment we all need to hear first. As many of you may not remember, it starts out like this:

Alone, on your own, no way to see the end, but here is where the road begins…, You’ve got to believe it’s true, Just listen to what your heart keeps saying. And don’t ask the reasons why…

So come along for the ride or make your own sparkling journey…

Wednesday is a big day for me. I have to get my Cardiac MRI/MRA to look at my Aortic Aneurysm. I find it easier when I am relaxed. Thankfully I feel better in closed in spaces. A lot of times I wonder if Temple Grandin’s squeeze machine would work for me too.

posting soon enough,