Create #55: ‘To Persevere Is Favorable’
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2. FEATURE: To Persevere is Favorable
This is an excerpt from Warrior of the Light by Paulo Coelho:
A Warrior of the Light respects the main teaching of the I Ching: “To persevere is favorable.”
He knows that perseverance is not the same thing as insistence. There are times when battles go on longer than necessary, draining him of strength and enthusiasm.
At such moments, the Warrior thinks: “A prolonged war finally destroys the victors too.”
Then he withdraws his forces from the battlefield and allows himself a respite. He perseveres in his desire, but knows he must wait for the best moment to attack.
A Warrior always returns to the fray. He never does so out of stubbornness, but because he has noticed a change in the weather.
1) Are you in the middle of a prolonged war that is draining you?
2) What can you do to take a break and regroup?
3) Post to the blog the next action you will take.
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From desperate and dark times early in the year, I’ve emerged like a butterfly.
Somehow, unexpectedly, I find myself sitting peacefully in the lovely Canfield residence at 7am…typing.
In 30 minutes it’s time for kick boxing with personal trainer in the private gym next to the guest suite I’m staying in.
Jack and Inga have been so warm and welcoming; it’s still surprising to me that the universe providing such abundance.
I left New York July 10 for a quick 10 day trip, and….well….just never went back. I did the Transformational Leadership Council retreat (Marianne Williamson was one of my favourites, as well as Inga Canfield and Zen Debrucke) in Vail, then Calgary for 3 weeks with my new Canadian family (thinking of buying a house there), then Harbin Hot Springs for 10 days, the SANG conference with AMAZING authors and speakers (where I got to connect with Jack more).
Then it was off to Ojai, CA for 28 DAYS WITH BYRON KATIE. I don’t think I’ll write about that just now; only to say it was super intense, probably priceless, and I’m thrilled to not be there now
I’m postponing my Australian trip for a few weeks so I can hang out in LA, and write the book from this amazing home office nestled in the hills, and spend time with my new friend Zen. We’re re-branding, and the book will be called “The Wealthy Gypsy – How to Create a Lifestyle of Freedom, from a Lifestyle of Service”. My intention is to have it written by November 30, and then to self publish and launch early in the new year.
I’m off now to yet another course, and then it’s play-work all the way!
Love to you all
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