The natural wonder is abundant, with majestic mountains, gorgeous lakes, streams and waterfalls, and many species of wildlife.
These trips never fail to recharge and inspire me.
Sure enough, as I left the park on this particular day I was once again ready to move mountains.
Such is the nature of this kind of inspiration – you feel so good you feel you can take on ANYTHING – like moving a big chunk of stone a couple of inches.
Or perhaps something a tad smaller, but no less “mountainous” – like that big “to do” pile sitting on your desk.
It’s a high that sustains itself with every mountain you move – but alas, like anything that goes up, it eventually comes back down.
And suddenly you can’t even push a pebble.
You go back to your trusty sources of inspiration, and you start the cycle again.
Our psyches have a need to be nourished and rejuvenated, and this earth in its wisdom has provided us with plenty of brain food to do just that.
The trick is to get the timing right – and fortunately for me, this visit to Glacier came exactly when I needed it.
What is your trusted source of inspiration?
Is it a place- a person – a book – a song?
None of the above, or all of the above?
When was the last time you visited this source?
If you haven’t been there lately, take my advice – go there. Soak it in.
And then move some mountains. Big ones. Like this:
Go on, give it a push! 🙂