The beautiful 70s degree weather!
When I see someone that needs help, and I think I can help them.
The old adage, “This too shall pass.”
Starting over to be a better person to myself and others.
In a state of despair and hopelessness.
Completing the updating of my resume.
The music I am listening to that is helping to overcome my suffering.
Looking forward, instead of getting bogged down by my past. .
I sometimes come to the state of consciousness, presence, and connection to the world I am experiencing.
Tutoring my ESL student.
I would have a more positive outlook, feel happier, and have more energy & faith to embrace my challenges and subsequently “Live a more Joyful Life!”
My emotions of guilt and shame.
Remind them of something they find to be FUNNY!
Their courage to be authentic with me, and about me.
I received a notification I didn’t pass the requirements to become a certified coach from my coaching program, and now have to reapply for certification. The opportunity is to hone my coaching skills to be a better coach for my clients.
Self-Forgiveness/Self-Acceptance/Honesty with myself & others.
Watching videos or looking at photos of my grandchildren, as well as memories & photos of our deceased beloved dog, Pema, my wife’s laughter, and chatting & hanging out with friends.
Unraveling the Mystery of Life.
I lack self-gratefulness, self-compassion and self-forgiveness.
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