This too shall pass.
To a mindfulness course I am taking today. It is something I have been wanting to do and have been putting off. It’s time.
My child-like spirit.
Quiet. It’s morning and I am at peace with me for a change. I serenely embrace this.
Allowing fear to seep into my psyche when I know it is restricting. What helps? Letting faith prevail instead.
In the difficult interaction that comes to my mind, gratefulness would have opened me to knowing the lesson for me was to allow love of self to be ever present and then love would flow more freely to others.
Usually an exceedingly fulfilling experience. I think back on moving to LA ‘sight unseen’.
The courage to accept that a man I feel strongly about does not feel the same way about me. It took me a long time.
I would embrace the swirling change around moving into a new phase of life. I would welcome all the feelings it instills in me without fear. I would love and believe wholeheartedly that God will direct me as he/she wishes me to be directed.
Dancing with my sweet Kitty, who comes running as soon as she hears the music.
I am doing my best to shed some of the old stories that no longer serve my being and recognize all that fulfills my divine soul.
Christine ~~~ how deeply I feel for you having experienced the loss of my husband. It is so understandable to long for their hug in an earthly way. Glad you find connection, his presence and love at his gravesite with the blessing of the flowers 💐 you share.
Gotta love those edges!
Butterfly ~~~~ wonderful!
So true. So wise!
Thank you, Linda.
Christine: I am so inspired by your bravery and focus on celebrating you on your birthday. I lost my husband 2.5 years ago and I understand how grief can take hold of you. Kudos for honoring yourself!
Having spent my formative years in Michigan, I understand about the withdrawal effects from having no sun. I now live in southern CA.
Michele: Wonderful. I think you may have forgotten fun-loving!
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