Point the Way

Point the Way_iStock_000015546238MediumMany well-meaning people will have
their own opinions on your circumstances.
You can listen, of course, because they
may very well have valuable insights.
Yet, ultimately, always follow your deepest
instincts, your own integrity compass(ion).
That way you operate from the right place—for you.
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“Do what you feel in your heart to be right,
for you’ll be criticized anyway.”
–Eleanor Roosevelt

From THE LIFE RAFT:
Rise Above the Tides &
Rescue Your Dreams

by CJ Schepers
(The Life Raft has beat the gusty winds and launches everywhere before Thanksgiving
— so, what’s a new word for Whoohoo!?)

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2 comments…

  • Jenny November 12, 2014, 4:16 pm

    CJ – Thank you for the beautiful tribute to the value of authenticity. =)

    Reply
    • CJ Schepers November 12, 2014, 8:55 pm

      It’s the closest thing to my heart, Jenny.

      Reply
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