This is a great week in the Master Key Journey!
I see heroes throughout my tribe. I have two members with difficult family situations – yet they carry on with their assignments.
I have a member who gave up what most would call a good career in order to work hard at making his dream life come true – and overcoming obstacles in order to do it – AND who is staying true to the coursework in the MKE.
I have a few members who had doubts, but are manifesting their dreams and sharing the joy of accomplishment with their fellow members. The manifestations are causing their belief in themselves and their goals to solidify and they are boldly moving forward, and keeping up with their course work.
By this, the 18th week of the course, many who started have quit – giving various reasons, or just disappearing without giving a reason. Some of the most popular being: It’s too hard, it’s too much work, it takes too much time, I don’t want to pay it forward, I have obligations elsewhere, etc., etc., etc. But what we learned this week is they are all the same thing – all those excuses are refusing the call to be the hero in their own lives.
What a shame.
The world needs what they have to offer, if they would but see!
There is always a way to get what you want. I’m proud of my tribe for sticking with it, even when it gets hard – or inconvenient, or they don’t understand, or whatever whatever, whatever. AND I’m so grateful they are loyal to the tribe – which is loyalty to each other – as they travel this exciting road!
What have you overcome in order to be a hero in your own life?
PS – I’ll fancy this up when I get my computer back – in the meantime – I’m overcoming the obstacle of my computer being in the shop!
Nancy beautiful tribute to the path of each person you’ve journeyed with this year! I have not had to overcome anything but I’m in year two and still feel like I’m wandering in the weeds… like Mark says “there’s gotta be a pony here somewhere”. I’ll stay because I KNOW I was created for a purpose!
Nancy Ottinger says
I’m sure you’ve overcome many things – you just may not realize it. My advice is to go back to your first blogs and read through them. The ponies are there! Go get them!