in a nutshell
When you think it’s done, that’s actually the time to start doing it.
Give yourself the permission to press the reset button. That’s the spirit of creating abundance in your life. There’s no limitation to the number of times you can restart.
The tendency for a lot of people is that when they fail in something a couple of times, they automatically switch off trying. Every attempt to move forward is held back by the memories of failed attempts and some part of our ego as well.
Sometimes, greatness is not about how high up you get, but how low and humble you can become to rise to where you need to be and part of having the abundance mindset is knowing that the harder you fall, the more rebound you have when you give yourself the permission to reset that button and restart.
Remember, the only one counting is you.
I totally enjoyed this week’s haiku prompt ‘fresh wind’ from Ronovan, so I tried my hand on three 🙂
A fresh lick of paint
gave his jalopy
a new wind of life.
The fisherman’s lulling boat
needs fresh gusts of wind
to reach the shore.
ill wind blew out her candle
not giving up
she simply lit a fresh one.
© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha
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