So, we've assembled five veterans who see the value of sharing their stories and who understand the incredible importance of helping themselves and other veterans realize our potential.
Yet, we've stalled a bit this past week or two? Why is that? Perhaps it's because I made a post suggesting that we're in a holding pattern until we get a decision from Mission Daybreak. If that's the impression I made, then I apologize, because that's not true. We can do a lot right now just by sharing and supporting each other.
Johnny was talking about wanting to find something more meaningful to pursue. I suspect most of us can probably think of how we'd like our lives to be different or better. A large part of the RealitySeeker model is to first become comfortable right where we are and remove that mountain in the distance. To instead breathe and relax and set to work on the creative cycle that stimulates growth. That's very different from running a race and striving for the finish line.
So, I ask you, "What makes you excited to get up in the morning? Is it something that's already part of your life or something that you want to introduce and develop in your life?" Please get on here and write about it. That's why RealitySeeker exists. That's what I am doing here. I was feeling depressed because the posts are decreasing and it seems like we're losing momentum, and then I remembered, "If I'm not living the process, then of course it's not going to work." So, that's what I'm doing. I'm writing about my passion -- creating a community of vets working together to live their best lives. I know you want that too if you've come here and joined this movement, so please share your vision and your dreams with all of us.