Throwing tantrums, thinking you’re being forced
to do what has to be done – is a child’s reaction.
If you don’t have the heart to do things, don’t do.
Don’t show up. Don’t participate.
To participate –
It means you’re there to give.
It means you act – wholeheartedly.
It means you’re game to flow
with what life presents you.
It means life is entrusting you
with a vision or revealing to you
a prophecy about you.
It means you have an opportunity
to be part of something more than you,
and a grand purpose can possibly
manifest through you.
It means you lay down your sense
of entitlement and contribute
the best of you through your presence.
It means you strive to be aware,
to anticipate, to be proactive.
It means you’re a possibility maker.
It means that it’s a process, a journey that
you would need to undertake.
It means that it won’t necessary be easy,
but will most likely be fulfilling.
It means you take risk.
It means whatever the outcome –
a learning is promised; growth is inevitable.
It means you do whatever it takes and
go the extra mile.
It means the death of arrogance,
and the birth of humility.
It means courage, stepping out of your comfort
zone, your beliefs, your past, your ego, and your
habits – to make things happen.
It means you would need to take
ownership together with the people involved.
It means you’ve got someone’s back.
It means love in action.
Also published on Medium.