Kelley Bell is a writer, graphic designer, martial artist, and seminar leader who resides happily in Ohio with her husband and two children. She is a self proclaimed Eco-Feminist and Progressive thinker.
Kelley is a freelance writer, co-author of a soon to be published work on Women in the martial arts, and has written a companion book for her seminars called: Reach for the Stars: A Guide Book to Extraordinary Living. She is in the process of completing her first novel, and writes on a freelance basis for various publications.
Kelley is active in many areas. She works hard to promote women as participants in the political arena. She speaks frequently to groups on the subject of women’s empowerment. She teaches the philosophies of Integrated Medicine, preventative health care and meditation, and she works tirelessly to protect our environment. She is an amateur historian, mythology buff, and naturalist who loves Falconry, and offers seminars to educate the public about conservation, and the spiritual connections we have to our natural world.
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Kelley’s Quought for the Day
Kelley’s note accompanying the Quought
I do not believe one can find a complete answer from any single question, any more than one could fill an entire ocean with only one cup of water. I do have a theme of which I think would be a good start, but it would lead to many questions, as all theories do:
Imagine you are at the very end of your life, looking back on your hopes, dreams and accomplishments. If you could go back, start over, and write the script for your life, what would you dream it to be?
To answer this, you must ask, “What matters most?”
And from there, the real question is;
“What steps must I take, right now, today, in this very moment, to make that dream awaken?”
If you can answer these questions, everything else in life then flows, like a crystal clear river.
For then the only question is, “Am I doing what matters right now?”
1. Blog: For Whom the Bell Tolls
Quought = Question that provokes thought. Questions are important. Thinking is important. Questions that make you think are very important!