What do you really want? You must have a plan, for no intention will manifest without input from you. To simply desire is not the warrior’s way. A warrior is direct, sets about achieving what is desired with little time spared, for it is the warrior’s way to be active rather than passive, to take charge when the time is right rather than be overtaken, to embrace life rather than wait for life. A warrior takes right action.
What you want is waiting for you, but you must decide what is right and go after it. Take action that is beneficial and good. It’s not as hard as you think. Thinking is good but action is better.
-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne
Commentary on today’s Soulbyte by Chuck: Be sure that your want is also the intent of your spirit, for to pursue spiritless want is to get caught in the trap of ego devoid of spirit, a virtual wasteland for the spirit.