I’m beginning to feel the urgency to live…
And perhaps my definition of more… looks quite different than what you may be expecting from the concept of living in more.
Living in more…
How many of us live pay check to paycheck?
Go about our days like clock work.
Do the same thing day after day after day?
But what if there is more to this life?
What if we have unfulfilled dreams and callings and desires?
Why not start living in the more?
More is where the faith is.
More is where the trust is.
More is in the mundane and the simple.
Yet excites us like no other.
Let’s stop living mediocre lives.
Let’s stop allowing comparison to be the theif of our joy.
Why not live in the more…
We don’t have to look the part, dress the part, blend in with the crowd…
More is so much different.
Living in more is going against the flow,
Daring to dream,
Standing out in the crowd,
Living in more calls us to a life of
Being bold, brave and courageous.
Living in more calls us to live with less but to love much more.
It calls us to give up and sacrifice, but to walk in abundance.
Strip yourself from all that entangles you… walk out on a limb… and step forward in a sold out life of MORE!
A recent living in more opportunity was spent with my daughter at a tulip garden. This day was an ordinary, drizzly Sunday… she and I actually had a little “disagreement” earlier that day… and instead of allowing the day to be cloudy, rainy and filled with our yucky attitudes… we spontaneously stopped and picked tulips and decided to live in MORE! It changed our gloomy day and gloomy hearts and filled our souls with sunshine and beauty.
We love finding fun little places to visit during our travels… and love meeting people and taking the time to hear their stories too.
If you are in the Dallas area near Springtime, I highly recommend visiting Texas Tulips in Pilot Point, TX. Check their website first to make sure the tulips are still in bloom though. The tulips are beautiful and we stopped and chatted a bit with the owner’s wife and heard her story of their family moving to the states several years ago from Holland, as this was her husbands dream since he was a little boy. This family chose to “live in more.” They had a dream and made it a reality! He was a master tulip gardener in Holland and moved to Texas to open one of the few tulip gardens in the U.S.
Lovely family and fabulous visit. Here’s a little photo of the owner and my daughter.