I think yoga has really softened my life outlook. I feel much calmer, confident, in tune with the present moment, and serene, overall. Or perhaps yoga has been the tool I have used to awaken this side of me. The analogy is that I feel is that I can be silent, strong, and capable in my poses, and I don't have to let anyone know. I like the latter as it sems to suit my nature. Contrast that to my work life where the "game" is to let everyone know all of the good you are doing. There are some players who just talk and talk and talk abouwheat a great employee they are, sometimes telling lies...and getting away with it. It is sickening. I have come to see that some of the biggest talkers are the biggest liars. It's as though their guilt in the working is directly correlated to talking too much about how great they are (I.e., making the appearance that they are working hard.). i am not suited united for this. As I see the younger generation playing this game and being arrogant about it, it makes me sad. have seen my work pawned off own as their own, and I just sit here, silently, knowing that I did the work, I am strong, and I am capable, and I don't have to let anyone know. the people in immediate circle know that, including the liars. I am blessed with so much, and I feel that I am doing the best I can, and that is good enough by me. I think about what I would like to do, for me, now, with purpose. Mid-life reevaluation?! YES, I think so. As the reality of my mortality sets in, I feel the need to do something with more purpose.
ok, back to reality...work, meet up with a friend, pass put candy while I hold the dogs "at bay," and possible Dogtraining tonight. :)