Interview 23

A huge warm welcome to our 23rd Global Citizen, Beth Petta.

Beth is 41 and is from Mtn. View, CA but now lives in Chico where she has been working as a massage therapist for the past three years.

Beth has gone through so many transformations in her life and is currently going through a monumental one.

In the last three years she has left a 20-year marriage, her church, and her career. Needless to say she has been doing a tremendous amount of self-reflection and growth.

She broke free from all that was no longer serving her and stepped into a life of unknowns only to piece together something wonderful that truly allows her to shine.

Thank you Beth for taking the time to share your thoughts with Global Citizens.



What makes you happy?

Being in the present moment.

Using all of my senses to enjoy the amazing gifts of this life, and trusting in the Universe.

Doing this keeps me grateful and less preoccupied with things that I cannot change or control.

 


What makes you sad?

Knowing that there are so many of us that have forgotten our Source and that we are all One.

When we forget these truths we become anxious and fearful.

People can do some horrible things based on fear.

 


What makes you proud?

Knowing that I make a positive impact in people’s lives. Whether that’s my massage clients, my daughters, my parents, lovers, friends or strangers.

I want to feel like I give them a unique part of myself that no one else can give.

There’s only one me and we are all One!

 


What makes you wonder?

I am often in wonder and awe of the Universe and it’s creation.

The beauty of nature and even human made creations can be so amazing!

 


What does it mean to be human?

Living a life of purpose and connection.

Doing our best to learn and grow during our time on this planet, in this body.

Knowledge, connection and love are limitless, so why not always strive for more?



What situation are you preoccupied with that you cannot control?

What makes you anxious?

How would you answer if you were asked?



Thank you for taking the time out of your day to read Global Citizens.

Have a great day.

One thought on “We are all one

  1. Beth’s courage reminds me of Richard Bach’s story in “Illusions” of the creatures that clung to the bottom of a great crystal river, and resisting the river’s current was what each learned from birth. But there was one who had the courage to let go… Thanks for sharing.

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