Thank you for the existence of this web resource and community. I look forward to expanding &supporting my self-compassion with gratefulness
My pets my children my sister. My sister and I call each other “dearheart” and this feels like it changes the timbre of our conversations. Self-kindess as a form of love has transformed how I can be with myself when I am struggling. When I have less lows, when I am less hurting and insulted, believe me, those around me have greater ease :))) Thank you for all the answers I have read today. They are beautiful
Can I just send a heart to every reply? Thank you everyone for sharing. I am new here. How can I honour tenderness within me? Through physical touch, a soft lens, a kind question, an act of compassion to someone or something which is hurting.
Annie, a lovely tribute to your dear Raggs. What a beautiful boy. Animals bring such a joyful quality to our lives, and a deep companionship. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you Mica. I am looking forward to integrating them to help my desperately wandering mind! Looks like you have a nice community of sharing here
…as a newcomer myself, I say hello to you too Cheska : ))
Mica, thank you for posting this quote. It is very clear and wise! May love transform us all. I am new here, to the gratitude network. I have a regular practice in self-compassion, and wanted to try connecting more to gratitude as a way to slow down and be less on edge, appreciate more the moments available to us. Hello to everyone.
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