“It’s not what goes into us, but what comes from us, that defines the purity of our hearts.” Gil Hedley
Today I’ve eaten two pieces of eggplant parmesan pizza from Mario’s and 1 and a half beef and cheese empanadas from Raul’s. I’ve been hanging with G and scarfing down the junk food with the same level of enthusiasm and intensity that he does, not a leaf of kale in sight! It’s really awesome to feel the grease gathering in the back of my throat as I swig down a diet Pepsi to go with it. I’m feeling exuberantly fresh and uninhibited digestively, and there is absolutely no way I am going to regret it.
I’ve been struggling a little bit with my blog posts lately; feeling slightly unmoored, that all of the really interesting and big topics have been unpacked, explored. mulled over. Oftentimes, I am asking myself: “What do you want to say tonight?” I am met with a rather fuzzy brain. I believe it’s because I’m feeling a high level of happiness and I’m fairly grounded within the groove of it; open to all possibilities for growth and awakening.
This easefulness is refreshing, and much like the junk food, unaccustomed. I’m adjusting to completely turning my will and my life over to the universe in such a trusting fashion that I find myself in the unique position of being able to share my experience, strength and hope with others in complete abandon of ego. I’m distinctly and earnestly me!
I’m out in the world, getting into my groove, feeling the tug of my heart to lean into the light of love and transformation, and I’m doing it. It’s not new to love life but it is a first-time experience to be in love with the life that I am living. I can’t explain it any other way. I’m awash in excited anticipation for all that lies ahead; each encounter revealing a spirited opportunity to reveal my wide open heart, desire to help, compassion for expansion and expression of the deep deep graciousness revealed in every single day.