Fit for Purpose 

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Discomfort, spaciness, indecision, lethargy, therewithal are turbulent states that none of us would like to be trapped in.  Instinctively, one would seek to extricate him/ herself from repugnant states or situations.

One would prefer to walk gracefully in what some individuals perceive as the ‘battlefield of life’.  We are purposeful individuals and not strangers to the realism of angling for betterment of the self.  Wellness and vitality are armours that we cannot afford to willingly dispense of, due to the catastrophic resultant effects of not having those layers of protection.

Betterment of the self seems like a mantle that we inherited from our forebears, which must be passed on. It is therefore unlikely that posterity will be objectionable to this premise, in their attempts to avert adversity in the continuum of challenges.

I do not suggest that you assume some sort of grandiosity, no.  Advisedly, I would say that it is more helpful to have a sense of realism and optimism.  I think that in doing so, you will be in better stead to make decisions and take actions that are effective and transformative.  You will more ably sift facts from fictitious material, sieving through things that need delineation.

As a certified healer and herbalist, among other things, I could be that missing component that you could enlist to contribute to redemption from particular situations.  My work as a healer is not a denial of ‘reality’, but rather a broader sense of reality from a spiritual perspective.  A type of treatment that is helpful and beneficial.

Relief from adverse states often comes with a sense of renewal, that makes one feel that he/she is better equipped to go ahead to do the things that they want to do without hindrance.

I wish you well.

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