To joyously create.
This actually means a lot of things to me:
- It's a constant reminder that I don't want to take life too seriously, and that my internal emotional state always prevails over external factors.
- It expresses and reinforces my inner desire to create and learn, to acquire knowledge and abilities, to branch out and experiment, and to do so for the highest good of all.
- It helps me put failure and fear in perspective.
- And hardly last, it reminds me that I am never alone, that I am always deeply loved, appreciated, and valued, and that the entire universe is on my side.
I'll have to credit Abraham (Ask and it is Given) for helping me clarify and truly understand this.