Each day in December, I'm asking a juicy question to help you plan for a healthy, resilient 2014. The questions are in no particular order--just meant to provoke some thinking and get you moving in fresh directions. You can see previous questions here.
Today's question comes from Bruce Anderson of Community Activators.
"Gifts of Passage" are the abilities we get from going through difficult events or challenges in our lives.
Each year carries joys and sorrows. Usually our deepest lessons come from our most challenging experiences. We uncover capacities in ourselves that we never imagined.
Use this question to explore what this year's challenges have taught you about yourself and your own resilience.
How have you grown as a result of the passages you've experienced this year? What do you now have powers to do that you never realized before?
Consider how you might want to use these gifts in 2014.
How could you share what you've learned about yourself with others to help them navigate similar passages in their lives?
How could you use these lessons to build your own resilience and strenth in the coming year?
As always, please share your answers in comments or over on The Bamboo Project Facebook page.
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