No Good is Ever Wasted

Written by on August 23, 2006 in The Healing Journey with 0 Comments

Some thoughts I posted on another board and want to share here:

“I’ve been an activist for various causes for many, many years, and one of the things I have learned is that looking for a desired outcome for one’s efforts can lead you to depression or despair. That’s because you never know exactly what your impact will be.

Sometimes, it’s what we think it will be and what we hope it will be, but more often it’s not. That does not mean our work is for nothing. It just means that we, as humans, don’t have a full view.

Just because we can’t see the roots growing under ground, does not mean nothing’s happening, and just because we can’t stay in one spot to witness the sprout coming up, doesn’t mean it won’t grow…or that someone else watching us sow, won’t be inspired to sow their own seeds, which may in fact, take better root than ours.

There’s another saying, “No good is ever wasted”, and I do believe that…whether I ever see it or not.”

Demian,
~DreamSinger

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About the Author: Greetings, fellow dreamer, and welcome! I’m Demian Yumei, author, singer/songwriter and artist activist. Some of my creative projects are a CD of healing music, “For the Sake of Love” and a children’s book on the interconnectedness of life, “Little Yellow Pear Tomatoes” published by Illumination Arts. Currently, I’m in the process of creating podcasts for my book series on covert abuse. My commitment is to the creative process especially as it relates to the healing journey. Whether I’m singing at a vigil for asylum seekers, memorial for political activists or sitting around a table sharing tea and conversation with friends who just want to talk heart to heart, I am always deeply moved by the human spirit to love and live with authentic beauty. Thank you for being here, for reading my posts and/or listening to my podcast. There’s much to share, much to create and the journey has just begun! Meet you on the path. .

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