Where are your feet taking you? How often do you think about your feet and where you place them?
Our paths in Life are different.
Are you fully aware of your own path?
Are you on track at the moment or are you perhaps taking a route that is not truthful to who you are and where you are meant to be?
It is easy to get distracted and confused by all the noise and influences coming from outside you. Other people and their opinions may sometimes be helpful but most of the time your own inner voice is the best voice you can listen to.
Our feet need attention.
It is good for your feet with a nice treatment once in a while.
Comfortable shoes are helpful and changing between different types of shoes depending on the situation is good too.
Your feet are important because you need them to walk around and to step forward in lIfe.
Happy and healthy feet are a blessing that can last a lifetime if you take good care of them.
Sometimes I pay attention to the floor as well.
The floor can be made of wood – wood is a soft material and lovely to walk on with your bare feet especially when the floor is warm.
Floor tiles on the other hand can be vey beautiful to look at with different colours, shapes, sizes and perhaps ornaments. Tiles are hard material and typically cold to walk on with your bare feet.
For your home and decor you may choose different types of materials and colours for your floor depending on where in your home you are situated.
The kitchen for instance typically needs a floor that is soft to stand on and practical to clean.
Carpets may add softness to a room. With carpets you can create an atmosphere.
Have you thought about your own feet and how much they mean to you?
What is the condition of your feet? Your constitution is dependent on your feet.
Try an reflexologist and feel how your body is connected with your feet through nerve pathways ending in your feet.
He who follows in the footsteps of others never comes first.
Make your own way and make your choices carefully. Their sum will be your life…
As Mother Teresa often shared: ‘We can do no great things, only small things with great love.’