It All Comes Down To This

Monday 14 October, 2013

When we forget the simplicity of it all, or we’re convinced there must be another way; when we are stuck, or frustrated by the lack of novelty, this is the post to read. It’s a reminder of the value of repetition and practise. Every day, every minute, every breath. In the end, it all comes down to this:

Do what you know is good for you
Do it every day
Even if you don’t want to.

Remembering, of course, that it’s also about this:

Routine. Procedures. Establish them and stick to them, always. You need people around you. Take their support and seek their feedback. Relax. Breathe. Be disciplined. Build foundations. Verbalise. Plan, prepare and predict. Persevere when you want to give in, because you are closer than you think. Take your time and be gentle with yourself. It’s a process. Be clear. Check your intention before you commit. When you commit, give everything. Decide your goals. Yours. Write them down. Continue writing. Observe. Reflect. Distill your experiences into learning points. Learn them. Live them. Listen to yourself. Quietly. You have all the answers. Make a connection and create relationships. Contribute to people’s lives and see their humanity. Work at it. Use your to-do list and celebrate your achievements. See your progress. Own it. Know that you will succeed. What is your vision? Serve. Love yourself and others. Challenge yourself and others. And remain balanced. And beautiful.

Day, after day, after day.

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5 Responses to “It All Comes Down To This”

  1. Jonathan Lewis Says:

    For Eveline x

  2. Eveline Says:

    YES! fistpumping K-style

  3. Jonathan Lewis Says:

    I agree. This one gravitates to its centre more than anything I have ever written. Thanks, K.

  4. Ester Braat Says:

    Great to start the day with from this early start,, feels like a modern prayer- thank you.

  5. George Says:

    The title says it all. This for me is one to be read over and over again. Thanks.

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