From the dark cavernous caves to the highest of the Himalayas, perspective can make challenges appear mountainous or possibilities look infinite.

Wilfrid Laurier University has been following along my trail and recently invited me to share a glimpse of recent chapters.

Life’s trail can make it easy to lose perspective on what consumes our energy and focus. How do you conquer your mountains? What do you do to remind yourself to enjoy living and embrace all that comes along your trail?

I’d love to hear from you. Thank you for following along my trail. Knowing you are along certainly helps me conquer the mountains of my mind.

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  1. Rita Ehrman says:

    I think of you so much, my darling Jeeel! I love to read your posts. You help me and I know you help sooo many other people. Thank you for what you do. xxx

    • mountainsofmymind says:

      Your encouraging cheers bring light to my smile Rita.
      Wherever we are literally and figuratively in our lives, what connects us as humans is our craving of happiness. Though everything in life is constantly changing and impermanent, your heartfelt affirmations are a constant that help me conquer my mountains and brighten my smile with happiness.
      With gratitude for the love and light you spread across oceans and mountains x

  2. Tom Stevens says:

    Jill continues to teach me life lessons. Lose the sense of uncontrolled urgency, no need to try and break some record each time you run, embrace the present and life knowing that “normal” is not determined by others.
    As a writer, I am always impressed by the way Jill can paint a picture and express some simple truths. I am proud to call her a friend.

    • mountainsofmymind says:

      You never know how or when a few sincere words can have an impact on a life forever. Thank you for your impact on mine Tom.
      I am thankful to be see how ife’s challenges help me grow. Adversity has taught me endless lessons in perspective and gratitude. I celebrate the simple truth that I am healthy enough to be able to run and embrace what my body can do giving no energy to that which it cannot nor allowing tales of comparison steal my joy.
      Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment. Buddha 󠀢
      Carpe Diem my friend x