Thought for the Week – Your Gift within Your Deepest Wound

Last week, I left you with the thought …

Since change is the only constant we can truly rely upon, learning to navigate and adapt to it is not just important to our survival, it’s essential for us to thrive in the bigger game of life.

And previously, when I wrote about “What is Digital”, I talked about how we have to “Unlearn and Relearn” to evolve.

Well, since I wrote about this, “change” summarises my life over the past few weeks!

When you look back at your life, I guess some of the biggest and most transformational moments have been born from some of your biggest challenges?

You have been following me for a while and will know that I previously had a successful gem stone business with my ex-husband. Our divorce was a long and drawn-out process and now it is all finally done – after 10 whole years!

Why did it take so long?

Because, apart from the fact that I found out he was a bigamist, we had a business together, properties in joint names and, yes it was messy!!

So, since the divorce was finalised, I have finally been able to cut loose, sell the house we lived in and the house where we had our business. And I had invested heavily in a large gemstone stock and had to sell the remaining assets of that business.

So, as if moving house is not challenging enough on its own, I had to go through all of the old accounts, paperwork, find a buyer for the remaining stock, work out the logistics of moving everything from East Sussex to Guernsey where I am originally from and look for a new place to buy!

I now finally feel released from the past and able to evolve and move on with my life! I have a wonderful new partner, I am passionate about the work I do and re-building my life.

I appreciate where I am now so much more because of all of the challenges I faced and overcame. And this change is so exciting!

While our wounds can cause us great suffering, they can also deepen our humanity. It gives us the opportunity to be empathetic and compassionate to others in our lives because they too have been wounded.

What is YOUR gift within YOUR deepest wound?

As before, I will leave you with that thought.

With best wishes for your success and speak again soon.

Korinne 
www.CommunicationCode.co.uk
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