What’s your value?

If there was one word, one value which described how you want to live your life what would it be?

I ask because lately I have allowed the fact that mine is courage, to slip from my consciousness. Becoming distracted by the values of others both individual and collective, I almost forgot that it is courage that has shaped my life and made it the remarkable adventure that it has become.

It’s so easy to lose sight of who we are and who we want to be, when we feel gripped by fear. Whether it’s the fear of starting a new project or the fear of making a major life change.

A meaningful life is not a popularity contest, and in the end it is our conscience alone to which we are answerable.

Reconnecting with that fact that I want to live my life courageously – driven by the desire for abundance rather than restricted by fear has returned me to myself today 🙂

So I thought I’d share and in turn ask, what’s your value?


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