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The first thoughts I have are ..my husband, my animals and my home…Those are the people, souls, things that mean the most to me. But living a true and honest life is very important…living an authentic life and taking nothing for granted are important principals. Thank you.
Over the course of the day I thought about this and arrived at my answer: What matters most to me is leading a life I believe in.
Now I’ll go read what others said. Sometimes I read other replies before composing mine; today I wanted this answer to be straight out of my heart and mind.
Being connected to and with friends, family.
Being in nature.
.Doing meaningful work.
Having joy and delight.
My Children, extended family, friends and beloved pets. My Faith, my health & Peace of mind. Finding joy in both nature and adventure. Helping those in need/Giving back.
But it dawns on me, the thing that matters most to me is the thing I struggle with the most. 🙂
My connections matter most to me. My connections to my body and its health. My connections to friends and families. My connections to receiving help and seeking out growth. My own spiderweb of all the things that make me, me.
Connection, creation and Grace (openness to).
“With That Moon Language”
Everyone you see, you say to them,
Of course you do not do this out loud;
Someone would call the cops.
Still though, think about this,
This great pull in us
Why not become the one
Who lives with a full moon in each eye
That is always saying,
With that sweet moon
What every other eye in this world
Is dying to
My family and friends.
My family. Living in peace and love with my Creator, myself and the world around me.
My family, my daughter.
My connection to the Divine.
My spiritual practice; my spiritual growth.
Mother Nature & her wonders.
My health; physical, spiritual, mental.
My contributions to the health & welfare of my/our world.
Being Love & Light.❤️
Mālama ‘Āina (to take care of the land)
To love, care for, and educate the children in my community.
Kindness, connection, and willingness.
This question stopped me in my tracks. I will have to think hard about this.
Evolution…Why? because I see it as the only way to introduce unconditional love and peace into the world.
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