B is for Beautiful Beginning

B is for Beautiful Beginning

beau·ti·ful   [byoo-tuh-fuhl]
adjective
1. having qualities that give great pleasure or satisfaction to see, hear, think about, etc.; delighting the senses or mind

be·gin·ning   [bih-gin-ing]
noun
1. the point of time or space at which anything begins
2. the first part

Our world is beautiful. I am often in awe at how much beauty there is around me. I find a lot of peace in nature, and there lies beauty, also.

Each of us have many beginnings:
Beginning of the school year.
Beginning a new job.
Beginning a new relationship.
Beginning of a new year.
Beginning a meal…
The list goes on.
I’ve just finished my internship and now the world is mine to take on by the horns. T and I will be going back to Utah (but we’ll take the long way back) and we’ll start a new beginning there.
It’s scary and nerve wrecking to know that I’ve finally graduated and (after I take the board exam) I’ll be getting a “real job” and on my own. But there will always be good that comes from it.

How quickly time passes, so it’s time to find the beauty in our surroundings and the beauty in the each beginning we have.

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A is for Absolute and Air

A is for Absolute and Air

Absolute
[ab-suh-loot, ab-suh-loot]
adjective
1. free from imperfection; complete; perfect

Air
noun
3. overhead space; sky

I chose “absolute” because in this moment, right now, I am perfect. Yes, I am learning. Yes, I am growing. Yes, I am becoming a better person. And yes, there are things in my life I know I could be, and should be, better at. But I am perfect. I am perfect and I know that I will be who I eventually want to be and who I am supposed to be.
As I look back on various experiences in my life, I can acknowledge that each of those experiences have made me who I am today, and those experiences were perfect for me. I know that I am perfect now, and that the experiences I am having right now are perfect for me.
I am becoming who I want to be.
I am becoming who I’m supposed to be.

I chose “air” because it gives a sense of being free: Free from judgement, free from fear. Also, air, sky, space, feels open, beautiful, relaxed, and powerful. It feels present, in a “right here, right now” way. The same type of presence I try to practice each day.

Being absolute and present in the air are two lessons I’ve learned that keep coming up again and again in my life.
It has made me who I am.

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