“Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.” Albert Einstein

This week, I am still beyond words.

Last week, I was at a loss while grieving a loss.

I checked in for something (anything) to share.

The question was put to my soul over and over.

The answer was a repeated and resounding no.

It was as unexpected as it was as clear as crystal.

The message was louder than a simple, single reply.

Within my surprise was a seed of the absolute truth.

My energy output still far exceeds all incoming energy.

The balance I promote is at odds with the balance I seek.

Personal health issues are now demanding more attention.

The landlord’s grandson will move in and I will be moving out.

Hong Kong offers the best classroom for tough financial lessons.

Deep in the certain of this uncertainty, possibilities are endless.

Transition is one more reminder of the change that is constant.

In the absence of steady income, I reached out for guidance.

Despite several requests, I have received no response.

In the absence of your input, I will be checking out.

Sometimes no answer is actually the right answer.

It is time to listen for me to my own heartbeat.

My weekly routine is wanting a shake up.

Winter Solstice brings new direction.

It is time to expand our horizons.

I am drawing a whole new map.

This is my last weekly essay.

We are going to go beyond.

The newsletter will evolve.

It’s time to take care of me.

The invitation still stands.

The next step is yours.


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“Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.” Albert Einstein

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Author: Kinzie

Founder of the heartbeat natural network