He says, when you are ready I will be here. When you do come back though be prepared to sweat. If you are not able or not ready to work for the results that will inevitably come don't come back. The body will only do what the mind allows it to do. If your head isn't in it your body never will be.
He was calling me out and we both knew it. He ended by saying this. I am willing to meet you where you are but I must know you want to become better. Once you train your muscle it will remember. And once it remembers it will not take as much effort to maintain what you worked so hard to achieve. The hard part is believing you can and will get there. There is no proxy for the hard work. You must be willing to own the journey every step of the way. Everything you do, everything you think, everything you put inside of you will either help you or hurt you toward achieving the goal you have set for yourself.
As he turned to leave he says, "You must always be keenly aware of what you want. There is no rest for one who has unfinished work."
He was talking about my physical body and the only thing I could think of is my Spiritual development. There is no rest for one who has unfinished work. No one can stand in for you in your spiritual development. You must be willing to do the work. And once you become who you want to be, your entire self will remember. There is no gain in faking it. When you are truly ready He will meet you where you are, but until you are ready no need trying to convince others you are something you are not. The hardest part is making the choice to get ready and show up and never ever give up. The muscle will remember. The muscle is our spirit.