So my Mommy says I have a runaway spirit. Lol
Meaning I’m always ready to pick and go. I won’t lie, I have a keen taste and thirst for adventure. Learning and discovering the new.
I actually find myself trying to squeeze myself in situations where I am learning and challenging myself in all areas (financial, mental, physical, emotional). Brutal, huh? Lol
I sometimes wonder if I was married how would my spouse deal with that. His interest in personal development and growth would have to be the same. Like, for real.
I mean I’m not going to be like, bro I’m out, I’ll be back whenever. No. But, if at any point, and financially of course we’d be in line to do so, with compromise and interest on both sides, I’d like my hubby to have the enthusiasm and attitude to say, “I’m down, lets do this!”
Not look at me crazy and say, “Sarah, you know I gotta work.” 1. Baby would have to be the boss. 2. More than likely he’ll be an entrepreneur like I am. Case closed. Therefore, he just can’t be an ass who’s just going to say no because he’s comfy and complacent. Naw bruh.
Lets be real…the average person male or female, likes the security and comfort of knowing who, what, where, when, and how. They’re okay with the regular mornings and sunsets a 9-5 strictly produces.
*shrugs Quick poll: How many people can or will be will to drop every attachment and explore? How many?
I learned a long time ago that life is not about our jobs, careers, material possessions, neither the image we portray in our daily lives. It’s our experiences, person hood, service to others, growth, our relationships, our changes, and all the things we intend to leave behind for others to explore.
That’s life. That’s our reward. That’s life. That’s what matters.
Life is…a continuation of explorative discovery of one’s self and sharing it with others. In the words of Dr. Myles Monroe, “Rob the grave and die empty.” Do all that there is to do and share your findings with others.