Every one of us has the capacity to dream and have ideas. Words carry a lot of weight. But it’s only through our actions that we bring true clarity and ideas to life.
When our words are not matching the vibration of what we’re doing, we’re only disrespecting and harming ourselves.
Because it’s only those of us who do something about our ideas who make a difference in our own lives.
The critical element is taking action. Not waiting for some day. There is no such thing as a perfect time.
It’s easy to talk about intentions and purpose, but it takes a lot more energy, courage, and effort to take steps to make radical ideas real.
When we continue to only talk about them, with no action, we slowly lose faith in ourselves. Without action, we’re not backing up our words and are literally demonstrating to ourselves that we don’t believe in our ability to create.
We can get stuck in a theory or philosophy, and it becomes a trap and a form of self-sabotage. It’s like meeting someone for lunch and talking about specific things we can do together. And a month later we are still waiting to start. We would lose faith in the promises and remain leery, suspended in the never-ending promise of potential.
It takes effort to observe what we talk about, listen to, and who we say we are—and even more effort to examine why we’re doing what we are doing. It’s easy to criticize and throw stones. It takes courage to take action and live our mission.
It’s important to notice when our actions don’t align with our values, and to consider how to best transform our words so they reflect the way we show up in life. The clearer we are in expressing our truth to ourselves, the more power we will find in living our true purpose and experiencing life to the fullest.