I’m leaving today for St. Louis. I’m going to visit my grandparents. It’s been too long (in my opinion) since I’ve been there.
This place and these people are so special to me because they have been the ONE, LET ME REPEAT THE ONE constant for me since I was a child. We would go there almost every summer, and for many holidays. When I was living in DC and felt I was in trouble, they are who I called for help and that is where I went, home to St. Louis. Being around them is like a charge up for your soul.
I want them to be proud of me, and for the first time in over two years, I feel good about going there because I feel good about what I’m going to tell them. I’m doing well, in many different ways.
I want to share today that I KNOW the reason I’m doing so well, at this time in my life, is the MKMMA. 2 years ago last september, facing death, I was going crazy inside and outside, trying to make sense of something, anything, to be able to pick myself up and try something again, after such horrible miserable failures on my part. I started the MKMMA hopeful, but not quite sure what to expect or how I would benefit.
It’s two years later, and I’m on my second round of the MKMMA. It has been the single most nourishing food for my soul, in every aspect. It’s the people I get to meet and chat with, the lessons I learn from the Master Key itself and the amazing Master Key Guides. It’s the encouragement I get to look inside myself and embrace any struggle I come across, with enthusiasm! It’s Og Mandino helping me understand that habits are everything and I am nature’s greatest miracle. But the whole is MUCH greater than the sum of the parts. There is NOTHING LIKE IT. I’m here, working steadily toward my authentic dream that I identified, with stable employment, stable relationships, and a stable frame of mind. More stability than I’ve had my entire life probably.
I’m going to end it here because I have a 7 hour drive ahead of me and I’m SOOOOO excited to go home and tell them all about what’s going on in life. Thanks MKMMA. I am forever grateful.