“There’s got to be a better way!”
The one that has been on reply all of my life. It comes from being a doer, being a thinker, attempting to be an innovator.
It has been said in frustration and yelled out loud.
This expression That phrase has been said so many times in my mind and yelled out loud when frustrated, that I have to admit, that this expression… unleashes wonder woman that lives deep inside of me.
Oftentimes succeeding means failure, “There’s got to be a better way!”
Oftentimes death means heartbrokenness, “There’s got to be a better way!”
Oftentimes living life means overwhelm, “There’s got to be a better way!”
Yes, There’s got to be a better way!
The better way..
If you succeed enough, isn’t a privilege to fail?
If you lose the one that you love, isn’t it a privilege to have loved someone and have been loved?
If you are living a life of overwhelm, you are living a life, aren’t you? What a privilege!
For me shouting, “There’s got to be a better way!”, I have come to realize is my inner soul’s way of shouting…
“Hey guy in the sky! (not really).
What’s up!! I’m frustrated as hell, can you help me out here!
I wallow in my inadequacies and realize that I am selling myself short. I know what I have to do. I know that there’s lessons learned in all things. I know that universal energy is ours to use.
So yes, there is a better way!
On this Sunday, I am here to shout out loud… the better way starts with you. It starts with your inner compass, that try as you might, may sometimes seem to lead you in the wrong direction. But is it really the wrong direction, or is it the right direction? If you dare to recognize all of the goodness in your life, the goodness in your life right at this moment, is there really a question such as, “There’s go to be a better way?” Wonderwoman, Superman, lives inside of us. There’s always a better way, is a speed bump, because you my friend, you have the power of “the better way” inside of you. Go out and let your light shine.
And fill me in on the details.
Thank you to every single one of you who respond back to my Sunday Musings. I read all of your responses and do my best to respond back, although that’s not always possible.