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Fragility and Divinity


I think a significant part of our health is to be aware of our fragility as well as our divinity, simultaneously. I’ll take it a step further, here is something sobering, making peace with our death. I don’t know about you but there’s a sense of healthy fear that makes me consider all the things that need to be prepped for my loved ones after me. Things, such as:


  1. Where is my wealth going?

  2. How do I want to leave a legacy?

  3. How can I be clear of the design and perpetuation of that legacy?


Many of you are way passed these questions and should be. However, where the wisdom and skill comes in is how do you balance this with your sense of divinity. The kind of wisdom and knowledge that makes you fulfill purpose. Answer and actualize your call(s). Take some time and consider what this looks like for you. Heck, over the recent years I’ve done a few visualizations of my last dying breath as well as what my life looks like fulfilling EVERYTHING that my heart is called to do. In fact, it’s been a while, so I guess I know what that means.


SMILE :)


Love you,

Rod





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