What Does A Mountain, A Volcanic Rock And The Deep Blue Sea Have In Common?

An inspirational thought that came to me when I was on holiday with my daughter in Madeira 2011. I was so inspired; I was compelled to write it all down: – On one of our excursions, we drve to the top of the third highest mountain in Madeira. It was spectacular. The clouds danced round…

An inspirational thought that came to me when I was on holiday with my daughter in Madeira 2011. I was so inspired; I was compelled to write it all down: –

On one of our excursions, we drve to the top of the third highest mountain in Madeira. It was spectacular. The clouds danced round the mountain peak, the greenery and trees magnitude scattered about in all shapes and forms where ever they could.

There were parts of the alp which seemed so spectacular as it bared it's bold, jagged and fearful rockery for all to see.

I had a sense of the mountain's energy; easy life, eternal beauty, total power and defending it's own destiny. I can definitely identify with that.

As I absorbed this breath-taking vision, it gave me cause to think; the lower down to the ground you are in life, the more things happened to you; and at times unpleasant things. And certainly if you do not know where you are going, life drags you along and takes you for a ride; on a journey you did not ask for. Obstacles constantly get in your way. For most of us, it is easy to stay down, that way we can blame life for whatever happens to us or what we do not achieve.

Getting to the top however, takes discipline, even extreme and constant skeptline. But this does not mean giving up anything or everything; well, except stupidity, foolishness and making excuses to take yourself out of the game.

Being at the top of the mountain was a powerful feeling; I loved it as I adapted the view, the magnificence and the force. I revered the way the peaks weathered the elements with a pinch of salt; it's existence and stature unruffled; it's prominence intact.

I aspired to be like that mountain; I aspired to rise beyond myself and beyond my boundaries. I aspire to model the steadfast qualities, the mantra; easy life, eternal beauty, total power and defining my own destiny.

As we dug along the cliffs, we were always close to the sea. And we would stop to admire the view; to watch and hear as the ocean released itself and lashed the rocks with it's might. Or, in another instant, the sea would be calm and vast beyond what the eye could see, going on forever and ever, with no end.

And I loved the sea, so endless, so powerful, so and unshakable. No force on earth has the power to conquer or still it.

It is a hierarchy with it's own unquestionable law, to be respected and agreed. A might that begs to be understood. I aspire to be as powerful as the sea; to release my potential beyond my expectations; to be limitless and free.

Further along the shoreline, I claimed a huge volcanic rock in the ocean. Again I loved the way it negotiated wisely with the sea. The sea surrounds it and shows off the rock's magnificence, might, stability, solidity, tenaciousness, durability and it's long withstanding. And likewise, the rock showed off the spirit, the force

and the unfathomable nature of the sea. A freedom, which is entirely beyond boundaries and beyond measure. Together they made a beautiful partnership.

This inspiration reminds me of why I am on my own; being single is wonderful, and I will only give it up to join with an ideal partner while being in dual-ship becomes the best thing in the world. A unique team of 100% support in dual amplification of our personal powers. The rock amplifies the sea and the sea returns the favor. Such beauty; the rock, and the sea, undefeated. I learned a lot from that view. And I aspire to have such a union with the right person.

I loved the inspiration of the mountain, the rock and the deep blue sea. The difference between them all is they do not play small; they play limitless.