‘Sploring’ and finding what is right for you by listening to your inner voice……

One of the little ones came out with a cracking statement the other day and it has stayed with me. We were all playing in the garden sunshine and she stopped for a moment and put her hands together and announced that she needed to go ‘sploring’. Smiling I watched her and waited for the rest of her thoughts and sure enough out they came. “I need to ‘splore'” she said “so that I can see lots of new things. We could keep moving house so I can always go ‘sploring’ but we can’t move too far Janey ‘cos I need to go ‘sploring’ with you.”

Her brother brought us down to earth by announcing that always moving house was silly because it was expensive and too much trouble and he was quite happy where he was thank you very much.

I scooped them both up in a hug with much love and laughter.

Are ways of handling life formed at such an early age…?

I am with this dear little girl in her thinking as they were wise words at only four years old.

We all need to go ‘sploring’.

I have recently been ‘sploring’ in my heart and with what I do in my daily round and it has brought forward the need to make a few tough decisions. I have made them and a bit of upheaval will no doubt ensue but I am following my ‘inner voice’ and to me that is my true guiding light as it speaks with love.

6 Responses to “‘Sploring’ and finding what is right for you by listening to your inner voice……”

  1. 1 International Man of Mystery July 18, 2011 at 9:48 pm

    Keep ‘sploring!!


  2. 3 granny trish July 12, 2011 at 9:29 pm

    Hello Darling, are you going “sploring” or moving house? I loved this blog

    Granny Trish


  3. 5 happydancecat July 12, 2011 at 12:06 pm

    There’s so much we can learn from little ones! Happy sploring!


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