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The Honour and The Privilege

It is my honour and privilege to share an unpublished poem by the incomparable author Chancellor Payne. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

The Honour and The Privilege   
I've never climbed the highest mountain, nor swam the deepest sea. I've never explored unchartered wilderness or discovered mystic lands yet to be. I've never been the wartime hero who rushed into battle with valiant heart. I've never been the martyr for some great cause or a noble saint whose faith would never part.
I've never been some great leader who lead a nation to its best. I've never been some grand figure who inspired history's pages and stood out from all the rest.
I've never made the winning touchdown or scored the goal to win it all. I've never won the gruelling race or been awarded Olympic medals to fill my wall.
I've never slain the fearsome dragon or saved the damsel in distress. I've never been the charming prince of fairy tales or the gallant knight whose courage was no less.

3 no-fail ways to re-enter Alignment when you can’t get back in (+ a bonus last resort!)

The flow you experience when you are in Alignment is addicting. You’re feeling fantastic, everything seems to be going your way, life’s difficulties feel temporary and you’re motivated to fix them without complaint.
But life requires contrast and as a consequence, once you’ve experienced the magic of being in Alignment, it becomes very frustrating when you’re out and can’t seem to get back in. Your usual get happy tricks aren’t working. Netflix is boring, you’re sick of the music on your playlist, it’s too cold to go for a walk and even a piece of your favourite chocolate just ain’t cutting it today.
Here are my top three tricks to get you back into Alignment.
Accept it (without judgement)
This is number one for a reason. It’s one of the most powerful tools you can use when you’re feeling those negative emotions that are keeping you down. It can also be one of the most difficult steps to take. The good news is that once you start practicing acceptance on a regular basis it becomes alm…