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about 1000 days of daring greatly

"1000 days of Daring Greatly" is a personal project by Yummii

The project is based on the book; "Daring Greatly" by Brene Brown

For 1000 days, Yummii has set out to take action and be in the arena of her life. She is to discover the realm of Daring Greatly.

Her journey is about discovering courage, vulnerability, and ultimately, mastering the art of living wholeheartedly - and being wholehearted.

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Tuesday
Jun062017

Day 300: Daring to seek the questions

We are conditioned to be obsessed with answers, to know ourselves, to know others, to have specifics, to be defined, to reject uncertainty.

Could it be possible that the way that life unfolds, is our version of an answer to the questions we have in our sub-conscious? 

Am I worthy? Am I enough? Am I loveable? Am I deserving? 

What if we diverted the energy from being addicted to the answers to being curious about the questions? How would our life unfold if we were to seek the questions that are aligned with what it takes to live a wholehearted life?

What is it that I want to experience? What am I curious about? What is possible for my life? Who am I becoming with my current mindset and who is it that I want to become? What would it be like to parent from the heart? What kind of partner do I want to be? What does love look like? What would love say?

When we are willing to let go of what we know and enter the realm of the unknown, with an open heart and an open mind - we actively alter the trajectory of our life.

We do this, to feel alive. We do this, to experience possibility. We do this to enjoy and discover the playground of life. 

What questions do I want to answer? What questions would inspire a well-lived and thoughtful life? What questions would a wholehearted human being ask of themselves and their life?

Daring greatly is daring to seek the questions that match a well-lived, well-loved, and expansive life. 

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