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Morning Musings – 90 Days of Inspiration: Day 13

The Volunteer

When…
We become the observer,
Rather than a participator,
Perspective changes.

Difficult…
People have a place in the world,
Meant to help us evolve and transform.
As our volunteer for the day,
We can release any dismay.

At…
Times we want to yell in frustration,
As they tease, attack and leave us drained.
But when we observe,
Something new takes place.

They…
Are not so much a threat,
Instead, we can thank them and
Put our anger to rest.

It…
Takes practice to recognize the need,
For a volunteer to bring us
An experience of good deed.

We..
May huff and puff along the way,
Wishing to keep the person at bay.
They seem to be present longer
Thank we would like.

But…
The great thing about volunteers,
Is they don’t have a sharp bite.
To learn the lesson at hand,
Take a step back and you’ll understand.

There…
Is something within needing to change,
A thought, a belief or some game plan.
We cannot move forward doing the same thing.
Therefore, a volunteer steps in to
Give us a slight sting.

You…
Can ask “why?” to start the trail for answers,
Each nugget you get will bring you closer.
At some point along the way,
An “ah, ha” will jump out pointing the way.

Now…
You know one of life’s riddles,
A volunteer is like a string on a fiddle.
You play the instrument, to hear the
Musical notes.
Deep in the heart has the message spoke.

Eileen Bildhttp://www.corethinkingblueprint.com/
EILEEN is Founder of The Core Thinking Blueprint Method, CEO of Ordinary to Extraordinary Life, Executive Producer of OTELproductions, and talk show host for OTEL TALK. She holds a Masters in Transpersonal Psychology and is a published author, Internationally Syndicated Columnist, contributing author to the inspiring book Chaos to Clarity: Sacred Stories of Transformational Change and Breakthrough S.P.A.R.K. Coach. Eileen and her husband Trevor are a power couple whose foundation is a 360 view of the world through inspiring, uplifting, and empowering others. Maximizing performance, communication, and drive for growth for your highest achievement is what you will experience working with Eileen and Trevor. They are owners and producers for ROKU channels KNOB TV, OTEL TALK, and OTEL MUSIC VIDEOS; and develop channels for professionals and businesses. They collaborate with companies, such as 360° Nation/Dennis Pitocco, musicians, entrepreneurs, and many more. Go from Ordinary to Extraordinary!

4 COMMENTS

  1. Eileen,
    Opposition, distinct view points, and differences of perception greatly broadens our perspective. Being self-critical, though considered old fashioned now, is a valuable trait. What you have maganimously mentioned rings with me. However, it takes sagacious practice to appreciate the people who volunteer to be difficult.

    • Rajat,

      Being self critical can be a valuable trait, allows us to accept our own flaws and opens up the potential to hear what others are saying, even if it does not resonate with us. Yes, it does take discernment and practice to appreciate the difficult people in our lives and to see them as volunteers. For me the key is to not get emotionally entangled, instead observe from the heart center and understand what is behind their difficulty. Cheers! Eileen

    • Yes Larry….and many people have experiences play over and over, sometimes with different people. The stories behind the events are untold…hence the volunteer. 🙂 The cool thing is when we exercise our voice and choices, and understand what the “volunteer” is trying to show us, it is then the beauty of the song of life through the instrument of the “musical note” is heard.

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