What If We Learned More?

She wears many hats, but she doesn’t have to.

We all fill roles in life, and we have become adept at playing the parts given to us without much resistance or wonder.

We have become resigned to our roles without question, almost content in giving away our power. Complacent, unwilling and uninformed because that’s just the way it is, right?

What if we decided on the parts we played out here instead? What if we learned more about the roles we put our energy into on a daily basis? What if we realised we weren’t actually living our truth when we could be?

Most of the parts we play in life don’t actually suit us if we think about it deeply and personally. It should be our decision, always. So why are we allowing others to dictate and choose? Where are we putting our power?

Once we know the parts we play and have played, we can actively decide what we will play going forward. Only in knowing them well can we release those that do not serve us, and only then can we focus our energy on the person we want to be, the role we want to be remembered for.

There’s nothing wrong with wearing many hats (physically there is, pick one, ethically, and love it long time #fastfashionsucks ) but figuratively, sometimes you may need to play many parts and that’s OK, but at least let that be your informed choice.

I’ve played many roles, some pushed on to me when I didn’t know any better and some I was misguided to step in to willingly. I gave away my power. Yet now, I know more, I decide how to write the script and which role suits me and my future. Knowledge is power after all?

You can decide too, if you are ready to re-learn everything you ever knew, then you too can step into the roles that truly suit you.

Somewhere along the path, we got lost.

It’s not too late to look again, to search within. Everything you need to go forward is already there inside you, look for it.

“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.”

Albert Einstein

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