Beauty in the incomplete.
You are always on your way to becoming something or achieving something, and everyone else is even Elton, so don’t be afraid to show your imperfections.
One client has been struggling for several months to remove Doku-dami from her garden. The other day she had to concentrate so hard on doing the work that her hands swelled up at night. She thought the enemy was tough and it would be a long time before she could planet anything.
So I said. “You don’t have to pull everything out, you could make a small garden from where you’ve finished pulling it out.”
“That never occurred to me! When will I make a flower bed? I thought. “
“If you buy tulips or something that’s already in bloom, you can plant them now!”
“What? I had never thought of buying something that was already in bloom. I thought I had to sow them from seed. “
“Then it will take three years for a chestnut and eight years for a persimmon.”
“Hahaha. It would be more fun to tidy my garden if I had flowers.”
There is no such thing as “everything must be finished before you can move on.” You can already start with what you can do now, as early as possible. Like the Sagrada Familia. Let’s enjoy the process of completion, even if it’s in the middle of the process.
As I wrote about this story on the 1D1U community blog, The comments were littered with that “I also fell into the trap of having to complete everything before I could move on to the next thing.”
As the captain of 1D1U, I am trying to play the piano for the first time in 30 years, and to play and sing at the same time for the first time in my life as far as I can do, is to provide courage to everyone to perform themselves on Zoom. Some of them were moved by the performance.
There are so many “tribes” who can’t do the next thing without completing everything!” So at the next 1D1U Spin-off Camp, I would like to focus on the theme of “making” and make it a planet where performance in the middle of the process is the standard. Declaring this, a comment was written, “It looks like Uniters we could experience mass immigration with Uniters”.
Yes, 1D1U Camp is a nomadic camp for wanderers. Go looking for beauty in the incomplete.