David E.C. Huggins

Leading to MORE . . .

The journey continues. We are in the driver’s seat of our own life with a clear and compelling Purpose; we are confident we know WHY we want more from life.

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Faint Heart Never Won

 . . . a Fair Lady, or so I was told when I was young and impressionable.  I recall that I had few  desires to win ladies at that time, but I likely did have a need to find enough courage to achieve something else – whatever it might have been.

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Wanting MORE . . .

Assuming that the crucial question is ‘WHY?’ let’s consider how it can serve us in the pursuit of MORE, whatever that might be. After all, we’re all different, aren’t we?

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Still wanting MORE . . .

We need to focus our attention on WHY we want more before we select any possible options. Our Purpose, driven by our needs, offers both focus and motive power. When we are in harmony with the natural process of evolution, we are in ‘flow’. Life is certainly easier.

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Wanting MORE yet . . .

If I accept that ‘variety is the spice of life’ then it follows that exposure to change, with all its discomforts, is essential. Fresh experiences, based on open expectations, may enrich me. My defined Purpose – the engine that drives my life – will ensure my progress and consistent direction.

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The Teacher’s Dilemma . . .

The Teacher’s Dilemma . . . . . . approaching the complex, and often confounding, challenges relating to the gaining and building of access, acceptance,

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Do YOU want more out of life?

Consider your “A” List Approval / Accolades – acceptance; inclusion; recognition; approbation; respect; distinction; kudos, etc. Affluence / Acquisition – material assets; wealth; property; material

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Wisdom is like water

It’s essential to life, it’s indestructible, it finds its own level, we all need it!

Consider the rain cycle . . . this describes our life experience.

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Thank you, COVID

Thank you, COVID . . . . . . for the sharp lesson in what is real! After two and a half years of belief

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Curiosity killed the cat . . .

… at least that’s what I was told when I was young. Like most youngsters I was addicted to asking questions, and this was surely wearing on my parents and teachers.

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