The HJ stands for Hero’s Journey.
So who is a hero? If you read my prior journal entry, you’ll know I am. And so are you!
Hero, noun from Dictionary.com
1) A person noted for courageous acts or nobility of character.
2) person who, in the opinion of others, has special achievements, abilities, or personal qualities and is regarded as a role model or ideal: Examples: My older sister is my hero. Entrepreneurs are our modern heroes.
Are you an Entrepreneur? A role model to anyone? Have done things you are proud of?
Then you are a hero. Every story of accomplishment has a central figure who showed courage by stepping up and doing what they knew to do. Showed courage in the face of opposing circumstances and kept going on to acheive whatever the goal is. This is something anyone can do.
We each have things we are better at than others. We each have failings those others do not seem to have. None of that matters.
What matters is that we keep on keeping on till one has done all one can do.
I am posting from my Samsung Note 8 again. Blog posts from the phone are ever so much harder than using a computer especially whenever one’s vision is blurring in and out.
All seemed lost when my car window was broken thousands of miles away from home, letting in the cold, wind and rain. Computers were stolen, money gone. Insurance said that and the earthquake damage to my property back home were not covered.
Despite thoughts of failure, depression, hopelessness and being alone, I struggled forward anyway. A week later some money I was owed showed up, with it I fixed the car window and got caught up on my PIF. Yesterday a friend called and said he’d like to loan me $2000 with no definate payback date. The exact amount needed to replace the new computer which had been stolen with an identical model.
I may still have the computer I wanted before the vision board deadline. I await with anticipation. I’m hoping this computer lasts me 10 years, just like my older one did that was stolen at the same time.
What a ride life can be.