THE PERFECT PLACE
I need to believe that I am in the perfect place right now, for where ever it is I am meant to be going. Sometimes that can be a hard pill to take, but I take respite in this meditation whenever I feel the frustration of where I am at, especially if things are not moving fast enough for me – which is…always!
I have been working away at organizing Cameras 4 Change in a succinct, patient and organized way, so that when it does finally come together it will be solid. It is taking some time, but I am learning so much along the way, and things are unfolding perfectly.
As I have kept this thought in my mind so much of late, I have also wondered how it relates to those that are struggling, both in my world and the many people that I have met in Kenya, Haiti etc. Their lives are so vastly different, some unimaginably so, and it makes me wonder how that could be the perfect place. This is a philosophical question and I am not exactly an expert, but still, here it is. I guess my place in all of this becomes simple, to accept where I am, and know that I can make a difference in all of it. It may only be a small difference, like that of one ant. It seems to me it is the consistency of the heart that matters, and the continuation of belief that will resonate with life and others to fuel the change that needs to happen. There, I think that is a good answer!
1. The Perfect Place to talk on your cell phone! Rural Coastal Kenya
2. I never had difficulty finding the perfect place in India, here morning prayers at DHAN Foundation, or…
3. Meeting Women doing laundry at The Lotus Pond!