June is the month of the “honey” moon. Customized holds that this is the finest time to harvest honey from the hives. In some traditions, honey represents love and fertility. During the very first month of married life, newlyweds were given food and beverages consisting of honey to encourage love and fertility. Today, we honor this custom with the “honeymoon”, which is renowned instantly after the wedding event.
Newlyweds or not, we could all benefit from more of this golden elixir in event of life and love. Try adding some to your tea or toast this month or offer jars
of it away to your good friends, family, newlywed couples or anyone that could use a little sweet taste in their life.
I think that all of us require tips, from time to time, that there is a higher purpose to our lives than working 50-60 hours a week (or more) to foot the bill. I think
that provided the option many people really desire to live according to their top priorities. However, when reviewing
where their time is invested it is often out of positioning with what is essential to them.
One reason I think that many continue to live out of integrity,
with their concerns, is that we have actually been hypnotized by our culture to believe that this is “simply the way it is,” “we have to,” or “we can’t.” We no longer feel we have control over our
time or, the right to make choices based on what is essential to us. It takes courage to be conscious of
our choices and to take action to bring our lives back into stability. After all, we might run the risk of people not
liking us. We might even risk losing a job if we inform our companies that we can no longer sacrifice ourselves to
work. Still, there are many individuals who have paid a high cost in lost households and liked ones due to the fact that
they were too hectic earning a living and not living a life.
It is not simple to alter the course you have actually been on. I can inform you from experience that, for many
individuals, simply the thought alone is really scary. Luckily, there are many individuals who have pulled out of the work-centered life and who are now on a course to living more wholly and authentically; broadening the definition
of a task to encompass their whole lives as well. You may have even discovered a few in your travels. They
appear more alive, their shoulders are unwinded< img src ="https://net711.win/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/7zZoxb.gif"alt=" Post Search "border= "0"/ >, there is life in their eyes and they smile easily.
Perhaps they are consuming more frequently from the container of honey.