Into The Wild Blue Yonder
For many years, surfing the internet for a piece of sanity was the “name of my game”. About two years ago, I surfed upon the Life of Learning Foundation and became a loyal visitor and still am to this day. I have learned from being an avid reader of the many resources available that it was time to step up and put my acquired knowledge into action, out into the wild blue yonder. I have thankfully learned that knowledge without action is as good as nothing if you don’t apply it to your life.
So in setting sail into the wild blue yonder, I began to write down what I knew and then let the pen guide me into the unknown, jumping right into the wild blue yonder and on to some answers. One avenue through a mysterious other led me to building a website on spiritual discoveries. Three months ago, I was greatly computer illiterate; only knowing a mouse, how to surf the web, and how to open and send an email. I couldn’t even do an attachment. As you can clearly see, coaching was a necessity, to say the least.
One of the first things my coach had me do was write down my interests or hobbies. The word “spiritual” was not mentioned on that list even though that was where I had placed my attention for the last four years. For some unknown reason, even to me, that was my “secret”. By asking me some very specific questions, somehow like magic the spiritual life in me was inspired out.
As inspired as I was, I knew I was going out on a limb and on my way into the wild blue yonder. A sacrifice I had to make to create room for new ways of thinking was to begin letting go of the old ways that were no longer effective. Taking a risk into the wild blue yonder is like when you experiment with a new attitude. It can be a sure way to test your limits, learn new skills, experience new things and take on more independence and responsibility for your life. It can also be full of adventure.
Going into the wild blue yonder is not always smooth sailing. Obstacles will still be there as usual to ensure you learn the lessons along the way. Obstacles can be a problem if you learn nothing and do nothing about them. It is best to make an effort to overcome the obstacles for they can be a significant asset in your journey into the wild blue yonder. They can help to build and mold an inexperienced person into someone who is matured and wiser to become truly worthy of the goals which his spiritual heart wants.
So off we go into the wild blue yonder. Go ahead and dare to let go, out on a limb. Isn’t that where the fruit is?
To The Heroes of the World / Into The Wild Blue Yonder
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