There is something about endings that my spirit seems to loathe. I often skip out on ending activities, or ceremonies. For example, the final climbs on my Outward Bound expeditions I skipped, all of my graduation ceremonies from highschool, college and grad school were foregone. And it seems I tend to fizzle out, or just sabotage the ending of things.
I would like to change that. What is it really about anyway?
There is a lot of importance put on endings. Ceremony, praise, you name it. But what is it really all about?
From the spiritual perspective I think it is about gathering the energy from the work well done and anchoring what has been accomplished so far. Taking a long jump, putting all my effort into the jump, and before moving forward again looking at how far I went.
I need to take a moment at the end, to look at what was learned.
An Idealist-Realist. Striving to Bring those Idealistic Dreams into Reality.