February greetings Daily Actors,

Wow. The first month of this year has flown by. Along with new year’s resolutions and goals, we’re barely three months from last October’s wildfires. With much recovery still ahead, it is vital to pause, refresh and re-center. For this we have oodles of inspiring, eco-efficacious programs lined up just for YOU! But before we get into the do-ing… let’s take a moment to feel thankful for the precious opportunities for be-ing.

Amidst the stress and hurt of this big planetary moment and our own local crises, it’s important to remember to re-center on the miracle of this moment, to dip into the freshness of a new year, and to realign with what matters. Our world is alive and speaks to us in a thousand different ways. The burned areas are sprouting new growth with every rainfall and foggy morning, promising recovery is possible. Last week’s heavy downpour, hail, and rainbows punctuated an otherwise sunny day, offering a worthy moment to take notice.  Yesterday’s perfect alignment of celestial bodies produced a lunar eclipse. This combined with the near impossibility of our very existence on a planet that is perfectly distanced from the sun to allow for water, oxygen, and photosynthesis is nothing short of a miracle. It’s all such a gift! What have you experienced that has helped you reconnect to the awe of simply being?

These common miracles can refresh us and inspire us to stretch to our full potential. Amidst your busyness, goals and plans, what small act can you take to refresh your inspiration? Doing something today is more powerful than doing something tomorrow… and we are humbly here to root you on! Thank you for doing your best and always stretching and growing. We look forward to working towards those goals together, dear Daily Actors. See you soon!

Take Heart, Take Part, Take Action,

The Daily Acts Crew

“Every life form seems to strive to its maximum except human beings. How tall will a tree grow? As tall as it possibly can. Human beings, on the other hand, have been given the dignity of choice. You can choose to be all or you can choose to be less. Why not stretch up to the full measure of the challenge and see what all you can do?”  – Jim Rohn