Thursday, July 19, 2012

I Believe in Me

The Waikiki Beach

Well it's finished. The work on the beach is all pau (done).  I for one am so glad.  That was the particular beach that I frequently visited. I love to have coffee and be near the ocean. Oh, I can think of nothing better, the ocean mist, coupled with the visual appeal, while sipping dark-roast Starbucks, life is good, life is good.

Yesterday I went to the beach in the late afternoon, I didn't actually intend or set-out to go to the beach, but once outside, when faced with directions, I don't know if it is the call of the ocean, or what but I was walking on the shore, in no time flat. I was carrying my shoes, wading in water mid-knee deep. The water surprisingly was warm.  The water felt so good, and soothing it was re-vitalizing, it was heart-good.  I was at peace, walking.

 I don't know about you but when I walk, I think, the walk is aimless, but the mind isn't. I thought about what direction am I going in my life.  I am no longer a part of the 9-5 working world, I have entered the online, work-at-home world. I have passed the cross-road, I am at Produce Road. Yet so far, I have produced nothing.  I have to make this work, I have to find a direction; but unlike the ocean, nothing is calling out to me.

Am I listening, I am, and I am looking for any sign of direction, this online, work-at-home world is the unkown territory for me.  I am exploring, looking, listening, but all seems silent, so silent, like a still body of water.

Well I am certainly not all pau (done)! I have just begun.  I am alive! I have the means to make this work and work it will. Somehow at some point. I don't know when, but I know why, because I believe in me!

Deborah "Nanilima" Howell
Its Hawaiian

Nerium International


  1. Excellent article!!! With an attitude like that you will definitely make it!! Need any help please don't hesitate to ask and wish you great success. How can I be of assistance to you?

  2. Thank you. I will keep that in mind. Till next time.