I know it’s been a while…
But I’m back, and I hope you’ve been well…
Anyways, on a recent trip to perform a spiritual ceremony in Hawaii, my friend Nicole said something I want to share with you.
She learned it from one of her mentors. It’s about planting and harvesting. You don’t always harvest in the same season you plant. The harvest might come much, much later.
I love this reminder….
Too often we’re impatient. I wrote about impatience in my book, Meditations Across The King’s River.
About how our society conditions us to think every dream, every vision, and every thing we plant should come to fruition right away. Then, of course, we get mad when it doesn’t or assume that something must be wrong.
Well, it just isn’t so…
Your harvest will come. If you keep planting consistently; if you decide your dream is more powerful than any obstacle you might face.
Here’s how I keep myself grounded as I continue to plant the seeds of my projects around the world.
- By taking time out for daily spiritual practice.
- By taking time out for daily exercise.
- By staying connected to people who inspire me.
- By continuing to learn from my many mentors.
I would love to know what you’re planting these days. If you reply to this blog,
I’ll respond as quickly as I can.
Until then, all my love.
P.S. If you would like a signed copy of my book, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and let me know if you prefer to purchase a softcover cover or a hard cover.
James Weeks Meditations Across The King’s River