April 20, 2016, Flagstaff- En route to this superb university town, in northern Arizona’s Sky Islands, known otherwise as the San Francisco Peaks, I thought of the various “irons” in my collective fire. Interestingly, each time I consider letting one of these go by the wayside, something occurs to put it back, front and center, again.
My Baha’i beliefs are the core of my being, so they are only becoming more important, as the bedrock for everything else. Working with children and youth is the next level, and as it gives me a livelihood, also is unquestionably important.
I am not the world’s greatest businessman, but sharing and educating on the use of Certified Pure, Therapeutic Grade essential oils is crucial to my commitment to promoting health and wellness. There are many people and companies claiming to have the “finest” such products. I can only testify to what works for me.
I am not available as often as the Red Cross might like, but being ready to step in, on the occasion of a local emergency, during the school year, and anytime when I am off work, even when on the road, is also not something I will relinquish.
Then, there are my itchy feet, the icing on the cake.
It’s a good life, of many pieces. Have you ever felt like you needed to give up one of your activities?