1. a characteristic indication or mark of something; evidence or proof
2. something serving to represent or indicate some fact, event, feeling, sign
All day long, I follow them. Ever notice that from the moment you get up you follow signs telling you what to do? On the road, in the lobby to get your elevator, on your phone, “like this”, “re-gram that”, shopping online, at the self check out, and during the extensive hours of work or play on the computer. Pretty much most visual stimuli throughout your day and every day tells you what to do. Or at least tries to influence what you do.
I’m contemplating whether I need more “signs” in my life. Would this foster and create more productivity? Maybe one of those activity boards? You know like the one they have for busy families trying to organize so they can live their lives. Do I need one of those?
I do have a small wall turned into a chalkboard. Love it. Amazing what thoughts can come about with a chalkboard.
Any whooooo’, I’ve been following signs of some sort for as long as I can remember. Some very obvious like big red octagons. But others are less noticeable to the naked eye unless you are open to them. You will SEE them clearly when you take the time to be still. Acknowledging them, feeling them…knowing them fully.
ALL I’m saying is, don’t forget to pay attention to those subtle tokens of communication which don’t don’t bombard you in the face all day. Listen to the signs you receive in silence. They truly provide a more purposeful manner of direction.