There is a saying that “how you do anything is how you do everything.” Actually, it’s a nice book you can buy here. I mentioned that here in this blog last September. Back then, I was in a writing frenzy, and actually penned a second piece – but alas, it wasn’t published by the overlording editors who run this site. Perhaps I was too critical of a certain webmaster that I happen to be married to…
But redemption has come, and I’ve been invited back.
The premise of the book is that the essence of your unique individual soul can’t help but show up in absolutely everything you do. It will always bleed through. So, just in the first 113 words of this essay, you might guess that I mildly enjoy challenging the status quo, sharing my insights to inspire others, and often relish in borderline exhibitionist “look at me, I’m the good one” – or as some prefer to call it, self-righteousness. And honestly, you wouldn’t be wrong. I do my best to contain it, but there is so much vitality and juiciness there, it is lifegiving and fun to play with it on occasion. Living an authentic life and loving (or simply un-exiling) your authentic self has a habit of doing that.
How many of you pretend to be other? How much fun are you having being that? How many shades of grey would you trade for a single burst of color? Serious questions to ponder. When you are done with this blog, take a 6 minute soul break and watch this video - http://soulbiographies.com/an-uncontained-life/ . I subscribe to this series and get an inspiring short film in my inbox every Monday morning. It helps start the week in a nice way.
And now for the segue – what in the world does that have to do with cars, namely hybrids?