Burnout can be overwhelming. Life is moving right past you at top speed, and you’re just trying to keep your head above water. You feel like you’ve been deflated and you’re trying to get back your spark, your enthusiasm, and your passion. Though it may be difficult to see, this time of darkness is needed in order to see the light. There is a lesson somewhere in the midst of all of this, waiting to be discovered. Open your heart, quiet your mind, and invite in an understanding that this humbling experience will be one of your greatest teachers. Because it is the act of getting up after being knocked down that offers us our greatest growth.

Home/Facebook/Burnout can be overwhelming. Life is moving right past you at top speed, and you’re just trying to keep your head above water. You feel like you’ve been deflated and you’re trying to get back your spark, your enthusiasm, and your passion. Though it may be difficult to see, this time of darkness is needed in order to see the light. There is a lesson somewhere in the midst of all of this, waiting to be discovered. Open your heart, quiet your mind, and invite in an understanding that this humbling experience will be one of your greatest teachers. Because it is the act of getting up after being knocked down that offers us our greatest growth.

Burnout can be overwhelming. Life is moving right past you at top speed, and you’re just trying to keep your head above water. You feel like you’ve been deflated and you’re trying to get back your spark, your enthusiasm, and your passion. Though it may be difficult to see, this time of darkness is needed in order to see the light. There is a lesson somewhere in the midst of all of this, waiting to be discovered. Open your heart, quiet your mind, and invite in an understanding that this humbling experience will be one of your greatest teachers. Because it is the act of getting up after being knocked down that offers us our greatest growth.

via Karyn Bender RPh CHHC
January 6th, 2016|0 Comments