An Interview With Me!
Starting this week, you’ll only be receiving a weekly blog digest from me (on Mondays) instead of getting an email every time there’s a new post. As you know, I saved up some money and moved to New York. I’m now trying to establish myself in a new city where I don’t know anyone. I have my own consulting business, but I have to find local clients and that’s going to take a while, so I’ve been looking at some ways I can save a little money.
I spend hundreds of dollars on my blog, and usually I make enough off of it to pay for itself, but my email list has grown significantly over the last year and the costs are now outweighing the income. So I’ve jumped back over to the free version of my email system, which should last me another 3 months or so at least. That just means that I have a limited number of emails I can send out each month, hence why you’ll now only be getting one per week.
When I’ve gotten my business established, I want to come back to IMSS and rethink a few things anyway. In the meantime, I’ll still be blogging. You’ll just be getting fewer notifications.
All that aside, here’s an interview I did with Spirit & Soul blog back in the summer that was just published last week.
Q: What was the most important lesson you’ve learned your life so far, and how has it shaped you?A: The most important lesson I have learned so far is that Love is so much bigger than we give it credit for. As humans, we try to define it. Put it in a box. We figure out all sorts of ways to try and make it smaller, but we can’t. It’s the greatest thing in existence. It’s the ONLY thing in existence. I’m not sure why we struggle so much to cram it into such tiny, narrow definitions when all it’s going to do is expand to the point that it blows apart anything we attempt to contain it with.
I know that words can’t possibly do justice to what I’m trying to convey right now (because words themselves are inherently limiting).
If we were to live our lives with the full realization of what Love actually is, it would change the world in a heartbeat.
My first reaction to the reading was WOW. Your words captured a theme woven into my life right now. The reading has emboldened me to take back my power and inspired me to research some books, get back to meditating and provided a focus.Dina