Some people use beginnings to start New Beginnings.
For example, I know quite a few people who say things like, “I’ll start that new project on Monday. I just want to finish out my Friday with other work then enjoy my weekend.” Perhaps the project they mentioned has a high priority, and work they chose to finish on Friday had a lower priority. It doesn’t matter. The mental energy of “beginning” a new project sometime mid-Friday didn’t fit with that person. It was a better choice for them to start new, start fresh, and start on Monday.
Other people use moments to start New Beginnings.
For example, a person who has smoked for twenty years sees a mother carrying a new baby down a crowded street. The mother walks through a cloud of smoke left by another smoker who just exhaled. Mother coughs and the baby starts crying. The quiet witnessing of that sequence was the “moment” to which the twenty-year smoker attached meaning. He or she wanted that baby to be safe the arms of its mother, to be able to rest peacefully and to breathe clean air around them as they grew up.
What I hope to capitalize upon with this particular post, however, is to provide you a possible moment while at a natural beginning. It’s the first week of January, 2012, and I’d like to share with you the secret of life. You remember Curly from City Slickers, right? Curly boiled the message down the way only a true cowboy could. Let’s review the scene…
So, what’s the one thing about committed relationships? Well, that’s what you’ve got to figure out. But I’m going to give you a hint. Continue reading The Secret To Life In A Committed Relationship? It’s Usually “One Thing.”