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Mirror

In you
I see my reflection.
I am surprised
to find myself there,
each broken fragment
reflected
and held up to
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Living Life Fully

One cannot have wisdom without living life.
–Dorothy McCall

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Posted by on 2013/04/28 in Attitude, Surrender, Trust

 

Hyperbolic Self-Badness

Reflection for the Day

Why do I do what I do? Why did I say what I said? Why on earth did I put off an important responsibility? Read the rest of this entry »

 

8 Effective Ways to Let Go and Move On

You are changing. The universe around you is changing. Just because something was right for you in the past doesn’t mean it still is. This could be a relationship, a job, a home, a habit, etc.

It happens to you slowly as you grow. You discover more about who you are and what you want out of life, and then you realize there are deliberate changes you need to make to keep up with the changes happening around you and within you.

The lifestyle you’ve been living no longer fits. The specific people and routines you’ve known forever no longer align with your values. So you cherish all the memories, but find yourself letting go and moving on.

If you’re currently dealing with this process you may feel a bit awkward, and that’s OK. This feeling is normal. I’ve been right there with you on more occasions than I can count. Read the rest of this entry »

 

Releasing Resentments

Resentments are sneaky, tricky little things. They can convince us they’re justified. They can dry up our hearts. They can sabotage our happiness. They can sabotage love.

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Love’s Struggles

When love beckons to you, follow him, though his ways are hard and steep.
–Kahlil Gibran

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The Eye of the Beholder

‘A Course In Miracles’ states that we decide what we are going to see before we even see it. We are literally not seeing the world as it is, nor people as they are, but as we are. Read the rest of this entry »