My Darling Velma,
What did you do for yourself today that was purely and solely just for you?
Did you sit with a cup of your favorite tea and a good book for at least a few minutes with no distractions?
Did you spend quiet time in nature to soothe your spirit and soul?
Did you lavish yourself with a bubble bath and lavender candles?
Everyday, you have to find time and space that is for no one other than you. You have to take care of you so that you can continue to do all the caring for others that you do, in a healthy way.
Don’t neglect yourself, my dearest.
Humming a relaxing tune,
Your Inner Pilot Light
Do you know what your quest for personal perfection is doing to you? Besides being an unattainable peak, it slowly over time robs you of your joy.
The very notion that you think you need to be perfect is itself a thinking error. It is a statement that who you are now at this moment is not enough, and so you must strive to be better.
This is a lie! People don’t love you because you’re perfect. They love you because you’re inherently lovable.
You’ve given yourself a set of rules and instructions that say you can’t be happy or successful or worthy until you’ve reached this perfection. But doesn’t it always seem that no matter how hard you try to reach it, you’re never any closer? Doesn’t that tell you something?
Perfection is like a shimmering mirage in a vast desert wasteland. No matter how far you go, it’ll always be just over the next sand dune.
Don’t go down the dark road of perfection, when the truth is in the light, and the truth is that every moment of every day, you are worthy and precious and ENOUGH.
Feed your parched soul from the endless well of “ME” and leave behind the desert wasteland of perfection. – Your Inner Pilot Light