As for every American, Thanksgiving is probably the most important day of the year. For me, it is something very special.
Seven years ago, in 2012, I transformed my annual Thanksgiving celebration from a relatively small dinner with 14 people to an explosive party of possibilities with around 60 people. My mother had passed away a month before and my father had passed away in the same month, two years prior.
What I realize is that life is about living and celebrating every moment. Celebrating those who have had a life, those who will have another one, and every moment that we choose to be alive on this planet. So what this end-of-the-year season has become for me is not an ending, but a beginning of possibilities for a different perspective. An end of the separation between the past, present and future.
When we stop considering life on this planet as a limitation with a beginning, middle and end we open up a space of new possibilities.
Even the most simple things like a dinner can inspire this change. For example, I never thought I would ever be able to prepare a dinner for 60 people by myself. As soon as I was willing to get rid of my point of view about that and the right way to do it, or the wrong way to do it, I was able to create a yearly event that continues to go beyond anything I would have ever imagined.
What impression of the past are you using to create a future of limitations? How much does that separate you from a future that opens up streams of possibilities?
If you approach the future in a different way, how much would it enrich your life and contribute to your fun factor?
If you’re willing to change your point of view of what you consider a setback, you will open up a new space of possibilities. Are you willing to increase your vision and expand your possibilities?
From that space, I would like to invite you to join me in the new year and explore a larger vision of what you are capable of that you may not have yet considered.
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