A little light here. please!”
The super full moon is apparently 14% brighter than the ordinary moon. A little extra illumination is always good when reviewing the situation. Taking careful stock of where we are is vital to making any move forward. The full moon is another of the astronomical events that are playing a part in my 2017 yearly review.
But we all have blind spots. Even the super full moon with its extra brightness percentage has a dark side. However bright the moon shines, the dark side remains hidden.
It is a good assumption that many of my failures are down to what were, or are my blind spots. Things I didn’t know about myself. Likewise, some of my success will be down to abilities I didn’t know I had.
- We leave footprints
- We have a shadow
- We leave an impression
As the moon shines. I am taking a look at what I am, at who I am. But I am not just looking at what is visible. I am attempting to see some of what is hidden, to find out what I didn’t know about myself.
I won’t be able to see it all. I will always have blind spots. We will always have a little mystery about ourselves. There is always a dark side of the moon, but every once in a while the moon shines a little brighter. Time for me to use this metaphor to illuminate my yearly review.