Unfold Your Own Myth


“Don’t be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth.”
― Rumi, Essential Rumi


What is your heroic tale? When times feel dark and it feels like endless night ahead, what stories of past success do you carry to help you through to dawn? We all have them. Sometimes they work in reverse and we use a loser myth to steal away our sun but why choose that? I use to use my failure myth all the time to keep me frozen in place and not to accomplish. Funny thing tho. Most of my times of failure have been followed by times of joy and or accomplishment. It is hard to see the wheel turn without believing that circumstances never stay the same and to enjoy the balance. Overall, thanks to many lovely people and my own effort, I have seen more of the good stuff than otherwise. Part of the power of the dark times is that like any bad trip, it feels like it will last forever. Once you let go of that it becomes a lot easier. That’s my myth and I’m sticking to it.
Blessings, G


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0 thoughts on “Unfold Your Own Myth”

  1. I would always choose something that I’ve done because I liked it, not because I did it for someone else. I’m inordinately proud of my blog, irrespective of whether or not other people read it and I take great pleasure from the creative process, even if it means nothing to anybody else bud me.

    1. But that’s the thing I’ve found. The more my blog becomes something I’m proud of, the more other people respond. It has been a pretty awesome experience all in all

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