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JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 9 – DAY 42 :: trust removes fear

11 Feb



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I had a moment today, of sheer clarity. Trust removes fear. When we live from a place of trust there is no room for fear.

It seems so simple… could it be that easy? 

I’m trusting that I will find out!
More tomorrow. 

Lovemore,
Jamie

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JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 9 – DAY 27 :: trust is holding onto your dream

27 Jan

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We are watching the SAG awards tonight on TV and I keep hearing the same theme over and over again… hold onto your dream. It makes me think about trust. The trust it takes to follow your dream even when all the odds are against you.

There are 160,000 actors in SAG and only a handful of winners. It takes great focus, vision and a mess of luck to make it in the winner’s circle. But I suppose, the real winners are those that go after their dreams. Those who pursue. Those who continue on, even when they take a job at Trader Joes (Geoffry Owens).

My point is, trust can only come from within. It is not given and it is not won. 

So here’s to trusting your dreams, whatever they may be. 
Wherever they may take you. 

Lovemore,
Jamie

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JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 9 – DAY 22 :: trust is a feeling

22 Jan

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It seems obvious, doesn’t it? Trust is a feeling. But the more I look into trust and investigate everything behind it, I keep coming up to the feeling.

Because a feeling leads to a belief, and a belief leads to vision and action and steps forward…and everything else unfolds from there.

So trust is a feeling…. and right now I’m feeling like that is very important.

Lovemore,
Jamie

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JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 9 – DAY 12 internal navigation

12 Jan

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In my life, it seems, I am always filling my thyroid prescription. It is an every 30 day sort of activity. The hardest part of this process is that the medicine is rarely fully in stock, which means I have to schlep to the pharmacy mutliple times a month.

Today was one of those days. After calling multiple pharmacies, I finally found my medication. It was a new Walgreens I have never been to before but they had a partial of my prescription, so I took it.

On my way home I punched “home” into our car navigation and followed the directions for each turn. Ironically it was always the opposite direction of what my gut was pushing me to do.

Turn left, my gut said.
Turn right, the car navigation chimed in.
Go straight my gut said.
Turn left the car churped.

Finally, I stopped listening and followed my internal navigation all the way home. When I finally stopped in our driveway I flipped through the maps preprogrammed feature and found that the car still has the state of Washington GPS as the “home” button. Which explains all the wrong turn signals. The car was trying to pull me to the highway with every turn, even though I knew that wasn’t the right way.

It’s a small reminder to me, to trust your gut instincts and internal navigation. Even when all the signs point the other way.

And, of course, to update your map settings. 

Lovemore,
Jamie

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