The body tells them they are tired, “rest a while,” it says.
Their mind tries to justify a moment to relax and unwind, as it unknowingly invites in the gravitation pull, which sings a lullaby that tries to lull them into sleep.
Our Super Heroes push themselves past the impulse to rest and go into the wee hours of the night or rise at the earliest shade of dawn. They continue past the point that their body wants to stop. They do not indulge themselves in mindless distractions as way to unwind.
No, no … rather they honor their mission.
Is it any wonder that real life super heroes often don’t know when to stop? Momentum, desire and passion swirl them into continuous activity,
and enthusiasm can power them to run right out of their own skin.
Ahhh, dear ones, the moment you find yourself tossed up from the oceans tide, as you breathe on the oceans edge, awakened to knowing it’s time to reflect, to breathe, to practice non-doing. It’s okay lovely super hero – it is the byproduct of your being unstoppable.
You’ve managed to master “mind over matter” and go beyond the average.
You’ve got that thing that makes you continue on when others quit,
you no longer yield to the desire to stop and rest a while.
That very force that allows you to be so remarkable is the same voice that calls you to stop
unwind, refuel, replenish.
Today I celebrate the real life super heroes who inspire me with their unstoppable momentum and their relentless vigor, they do not yield to
perceived limitations – no, no they continue on.
They inspire us to keep moving forward when we want to give in and surrender. They do not think of themselves as super heroes, as they are merely doing the best they can to live a fulfilling life that benefits themselves and others.They follow their dreams and make this world a better place in their own unique way.
Who are your real life super heroes?
Would they mind, if they knew we gave them this title?