Do you see that often you fixate upon "this or that" to draw something into your immediate focus? You feel this is the right thing. You align with it and it with you. What happens, however, when your focus shifts and you move that “most valued thing” into your rearview mirror to accomplish yet another day?
Do you see that this objective grows smaller and fainter as you progress in time? It's as if you were driving away in your vehicle. When it is minimized and seen more distantly, is this objective also seemingly lessened in its scope and purpose?
So this once quite prominent thing has become, in some ways, lessened. Lessened in value as your immediate focus now resides somewhere else. And until you realize how you must maintain focus on what is desired, then that thing which is most precious is placed upon your shelf. It is to be done later, another day. And so, will it ever be?
It will never become that which it awaits to be until you are ready to focus upon it. The focus which you must hold is one of clarity of purpose. So much so that you do not delay. That "this one thing" becomes the priority every morning as you awaken, and then as you move about your day. Center your focus upon it. Every time you stop for a moment, and it does pop into view ... you also allow it to be mingled in your thoughts. Allow it to mingle and co-mingle there. Not to postpone to think about it when you will have more time. For now, this time is most precious. You must make time for it now, especially if this is what you want to manifest sooner rather than later.
For you see, when you come to the place in your life where you have the luxury to focus upon something most desired, then it is the right time for you to lay claim to it. Do you see this? Can you recognize what awaits you in the vastness of endless possibility? What awaits you now?
Can you reconcile that you are where you are meant to be to experience this realization? It is of little wonder that you get from here to there for at times, you are adrift in the quagmire of never-ending blitzes of social media, videos, and a myriad of other distractions. Mindless endeavors that take you away from what you might consciously do or be. Do you see this?
And can you now, this day, pause? Pause to consider what next step you might implement and then consciously move to stay in step with it.
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