Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Being...

I am not yet what I will be.

How about you?

10 comments:

Brosreview said...

Same here. I am still aspiring to be more and much more better as a human being. I reckon everyone are.

Does it have anything to do with contentment, I wonder.

Linda S. Socha said...

No choice in the matter really....nothing stays static:>)
Linda

judith ellis said...

Yes, Ajey, I think that never being content or resting on your laurels, no matter the attainment, is important. There is also the necessity of continuous joy in the process.

judith ellis said...

So true, Linda.

DB said...

The becoming is everything. DB

judith ellis said...

For sure, DB!

dave wheeler said...

Auntie Judith,

I can only hope that is a true statement. Learning new things, doing new things,,,makes life much more "live-able" and interesting. A string of small setbacks recently but hey...who knows! I hope should I ever "sound" stagnant or complacent...call me on it!

Much to consider wih those words!

judith ellis said...

My friend, Dave

Forever becoming is a way of being. It is not about the inevitable setbacks. Plus, setbacks, depending on how we look at them, are merely setups.

And, yes, the statement is true. :-)

Keep the faith!

Judith

The Write Girl said...

I wish I was the person God wants me to be, but I am working on it day by day.

judith ellis said...

I think that is the setiment of many, The Write Girl! You are definitely not alone. It is the constant effort that matters most.