In the middle of the winter, we were not looking for a dog, but Wolfee crossed our path.
Wolfee – the blond dog in the video below – was born on December 2 in a nest of three (we discovered this once we adopted her).
In January, her mother, one brother, and Wolfee were housed in a field of one of the farmers who live here in the village.
For a while, they lived together with a calm horse and some lovely sheep:
Now, the field is on the other side of the road on which our house is located, so we heard the dogs barking and playing.
That’s how we discovered them, and we made a little video – not knowing that we filmed our future dog:
In August 2019, the following ST Mastery Students in the ST Academy from Australia, Estonia, Norway, South Africa, the UK, and the US – have passed a Touchstone in the ST Evaluation Program! :
This is Prince Elmelund, he’s my “Ferrari” because he is so sensitive, and has super power in body and mind.
Prince Elmelund is not only a Ferrari but also a “Freddie” – a Frederiksborger horse.
The road to Mastery is not an easy road.
And at some point, we’d like to ask for a lighter road, an easier job, a less difficult task, an effortless exercise, a better something.
But then we have to remember that the key component to beautiful sunsets is: clouds!
Only then the light will start reflecting in many charming ways.
Now we’d like to avoid the clouds in our training sessions – and in our lives – and be sunshiney and feel happy all the time.
Life is full of paradox.
On the one hand, we can say:
- “If you don’t like how things are, change it! You’re not a tree.” ~ Jim Rohn
On the other hand, we can say:
- “Bloom where you are planted.”
The latter expression means that we can take advantage of the opportunities we have in the present situation.