Different things inspire me and today in light of the sad news of George Michael passing away it made me think back to my favourite song of George’s, ‘Faith’
I see George as a man who followed his inspirations, his passion and his heart and it got me thinking and wondering about how many of us have faith in ourselves, what we do and what we strive for.
George in a round about way taught me about expressing emotions, singing, dancing and being a warm and loving presence. He was a man who could draw a crowd in a good way. Respected, admired and for many cherished.
Today I am going to ponder on the things I want for my future and the legacy I wish to leave behind. I invite you to do the same by asking yourself the following questions:
If you knew you could not fail, what would you do that you’re not currently doing?
What is your mission statement when you think about keeping unfailing faith in your abilities to achieve what you want?
What gifts (skills, attributes, words of affirmation etc) can you share with others to help them on their own personal journey’s?
When it comes to the end of your life, how do you want people to remember you?
What is the greatest legacy you can leave behind? (please be aware a legacy is not always a monetary gain or property)
Thank you George for inspiring me today in writing this blog post and for being the difference who made a difference.
”Faith is the bird that feels the light and sings when the dawn is still dark” – Tagore