Today the sun is shining from a bright blue sky in Fanthyttan. This week I am working with the course Leadership and Intuition. It is a lovely group of people we have the pleasure of working with.
I have been thinking about something lately. I meet many people who have so much talent, but they never do anything about it. For them it is enough to know that they can, if they want to. It is safer that way. Without realising it, it puts them in a no-man’s-land, a place in the middle. The irony of it is that many of them are not happy with the life they have. For some it is as if their life has come to a halt.
There are so much talent out in the world, talent that could be so beneficial to mankind if people decided to use it. But this is a personal choice. When I dared develop my abilities and use them in a public situation I also carried that fear: If I use it I might make mistakes or somebody might criticise me and tell me I am wrong, but at the end of the day, at least I can live with myself. I am happy with my life. Mistakes and criticism are at times very necessary. It helps us develop.