Sing your song,and let it be a loud and clear expression of all that you are and all that you can be.
I was recently listening to someone say that this life experience is fourth grade, a grade school plane of experience to get it right. I believe it’s more than that: this life experience is do what the daffodils, and the lilies and the oak trees do – it is to be the most awesome self we can be, like the birds and the whales and the peacock – to be a full expression of our magnificence. COVID-19 has not summoned us to a halt, it has catapulted us beyond convention to tap our purest potential to be our best, shine our lights and rise in the fullness of the infinite possibilities of what we are here to do – how we are here to bless in amazing ways.
If you are holding back, hiding the ball, succumbing to lethargy or laziness, you have in any way failed to shine the light of your full capacity – taking from others and giving nothing of yourself, then you need to sing your praise song. This doesn’t mean mumbling, stifling, or mouthing the words to your song but being a symphony, a new creation of a genre never heard before.
We need to sing our own song and let it be heard loud and clear over the rooftops of our inhibitions, down past the barriers of our self-consciousness, between the blocks that we’ve placed in front of all that we are and all that we can be.