The curtain has come down on Act 1. Whatever the circumstance, whether you like it or not, your life has changed. Maybe it’s an empty nest after years of parenting. Perhaps it’s a great opportunity, but one that has great consequences as well. Maybe you are going through divorce. Perhaps someone close to you has died, leaving a crater-sized hole in your life. Maybe you’ve outgrown your present job, or some relationship is troubling you. It could be as vague as experiencing general unease or restlessness, signaling that something is outgrown and ready to change.
Whatever the circumstance, you sense you’re at a crossroads. You’re stuck, and you don’t know what to do. You’re in the Entr’acte, the interim time between what was “Act 1” and what is struggling to become, your evolving “Act 2.” John O’Donohue captures the essence of this suspended time of unknowing in his book To Bless the Space Between Us: “The old is not old enough to have died away, the new is still too young to be born.” Act 2 Life Coaching can help. Find out how by clicking here: Working Together.
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Life is hard. The sorrows, hardships, and challenges differ from person to person, but none of us escape heartache and sadness. What to do? An inkling of possibility emerges from pondering Ecclesiastes: “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heave...” Reading on, after a “time to mourn,” it is “time to dance.” Here’s to dancing, to stretching beyond suffering to joy!
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