The Richness of the Moment

Posted on November 13, 2007. Filed under: Inspiring Each Other | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Do you ever feel like you need to refocus, reinvigorate, or redirect your work life? Are you searching for a greater sense of inner fulfillment and meaning in what you do?

By the age of fifty, many women report a driving desire to make significant changes in numerous aspects of their lives. Due to shifting hormones, the years past menopause are especially likely to bring about a need to transform our daily activities and experiences in a number of substantial and significant ways.

My friend, Erica Ross Krieger, a.k.a. the Wellness Coach, has some wonderful suggestions to help us live in greater alignment with our true passions and purpose. She has designed a seven-part process entitled, “Living in the Richness of the Moment,” and I invite you to visit her blog and check it out.

Each section addresses a different aspect of adding value and meaning to everyday actions. What is more, Erica provides proactive exercises and life affirming steps we can take to make small changes that will enrich our every experience. She teaches us to savor the present and live each moment to the fullest, to release unimportant but time-consuming activities, and to focus on taking “right actions” in making everyday decisions.

I encourage each of you to take a look at her work and try out some of her suggestions. As the old Chinese Proverb tells us: “If you want to know your past – look into your present conditions. If you want to know your future – look into your present actions.” It is in the “richness of the moment” that we find our past, present, and our future.


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Thank you for the reminder that we really only have the ‘richness of the moment’ — so it’s best to make the most of it.

In her book, “Pay Attention for Goodness’ Sake” Sylvia Boorstein talks about generosity. That’s what your blog is — a generosity of spirit and knowledge, Eileen. Thank you for sharing your wisdom and insights on we fabulous baby boomers.

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