Seek encompasses so many things. But what I am really seeking here is connection. Connecting to this word this year in a daily way. My first list of things to do:: Seek daily.
For me that is a spiritual seek. To start the day quiet. Meditate. Read scripture. Pray. That is the most important seeking I can do.
But as a mentor of mine once said, "one has to always be re-creating themselves for a new success". (Note to self, quotes from a mentor would make a really great mini album.) So for me, the morning activity of seeking is a hub, if you will, a jumping off spot for seek to work it's way into the whole of my day. To be open to re creating myself and looking for new success.
And I do not mean monetary success, although that would be a rather wonderful benefit, but the success of who I am all suppose to be. To become. To seek the hidden that I can hide so well so as to become all I am to be.
I cannot underestimate the power of a single word to guide one through their year. I like to break up other aspects of my life with other single words or phrases, but a primary word is very important to help drive those other areas. While I have chosen a word for the past 5 or 6 years now, I have not always purposed to be active with it daily or even monthly. I am thankful that Ali Edwards provides this One Little Word online workshop, to help facilitate one's spiritual endeavors with a creative spill over. This month's prompts are not very creative, but they are thought provoking. I am keeping my book for now fairly basic, as I want those thoughts to take center stage for me when I re read my answers to the prompts.
I invite you, if you have not already, to come join a community of one little words and seek to find that which is leading you this new year.