Access Point: The Gift of You
"What we get in life is not as important as who we are becoming."
- James K. McPartland
As we near the end of 2020 and this holiday season of giving is upon us, give thought to this question: Who are YOU becoming?
We cannot give to others what we do not own, yet we don't get to keep our gifts unless we share them with those around us. Giving is an architectural design for powerful living. Every one of us possess great gifts, placed inside of us prior to birth. It is a worthy and inspiring goal to see how far we can go in discovering them, honing them, and giving them away
How many people have you positively influenced this year?
Who is better at the game of life because of their association with you?
Are you leading the type of life that people want to emulate?
Is the world a little bit better because you are a part of it?
Like water that sits in a reservoir, our energy will become stagnant, even toxic, if we fail to move toward new bodies of water. Flow, currency, energy, and vitality are available to us when we give our gifts to others.
And when we give, our gifts multiply as we make space for new experiences, opportunities, lessons, and possibility. This dynamic opens up a whole new world for us to influence, and we get to repeat the cycle as often as we choose.
We all have access to the hammer that leaves a dent in the universe. So as we surround ourselves (even if only virtually this year) with friends and family to celebrate and reflect this holiday season, lets ponder who we are becoming and adjust our course where needed. Now is the time, inside this present moment, to experience the power of giving.
Give the gift of YOU, friends. The world needs you.