Long ago, back in the day, I learned a new word.
The word was TRANSITION.
Transition = Process of change; A process or period in which something undergoes a change and passes from one state, stage, form, or activity to another. (Encarta Dictionary)
An example of transition is that uncomfortable space in between when we are working for something and are about to receive it.
Or after we have received it, and gotten really comfortable with it, so we are in the place of moving on to the NEXT thing.
Long ago, back in the day, I thought that I would have transition once, and that would be it.
How naive I was; long ago, back in the day.
Through many years of “process”, I’ve learned that we are in a constant state of transitions, usually in more areas than one at once.
I’ve also found, for myself anyway, that if I argue with the process, or hang on to things longer than I should in my “comfortable place”, I simply end up exhausting myself and those around me; all the while never reaching any kind of new goal.
This is where I find myself today.
Somewhat wondering what is next.
So Dear Reader; I was prepared to dump all that process here, all at once, then decided to dump it out just a little at a time.
I hope you choose to join me for this journey, however long or short it ends up being.
And if you do, don’t hesitate to share any thoughts or comments that you may deem helpful.
Sometimes, in order to transition well, we (read I) need a village.
See you next time.