Lately, writing down my dreams, whenever I remember them
When all goes back to “normal”, could we please keep some of the things that we have in quarantine? Less travel, cleaner air, slowing down, family life, looking within, then reaching out…
A few things since quarantine: I am working from home, making bread, doing yoga with my daughter following instructions online, I bought at a local fruit shop today (will go back), we went dairy free.
Seek goodness everywhere, and when it is found, bring it out of its hiding place and let it be free and unashamed.
My daughter was given an exercise by the Scouts this week: to do a “good turn” every day and write it down. On the first day, I asked her if she had done any. She answered: “I don’t know” 🙂 So now, each day I am on the look-out for any good thing she does, then I ask her to write it down. I have noticed that it helps m...
My daughter was given an exercise by the Scouts this week: to do a “good turn” every day and write it down. On the first day, I asked her if she had done any. She answered: “I don’t know” 🙂 So now, each day I am on the look-out for any good thing she does, then I ask her to write it down. I have noticed that it helps me appreciate her even more.
Good question for me at the moment. Thank you, your answers are helpful. They point me towards curiosity and letting go.
Assumptions: is what I’m thinking really true?
Expectations: Angel Kyodo Williams says that love is spaciousness, or to let others be who they are. To recognise that behind people’s behaviours there may be suffering, if we trust in the human heart. I can start from this point of view, to accept differences. I will need practice on this one.
I am delighted that today’s question matches our conversation at The Lounge. Yes, living gratefully, in the moment, with faith has made me less fearful. All shall be well.
Good to see you typhoon
Cathy! it’s good to see you again. I hope you are well
Pollyana, thanks for the smile and wisdom, SOB I’ll try to remember this 🙂
I had planned to recycle my old bed sheets at H&M and kept forgetting. I am so glad now, I used the fabric for my own hand sewn mask.
That is great Misty, I’ve always heard they are difficult to grow.. thanks for sharing
With you Katrina <3
Thanks Mica, and hugs to you!
Yes, that is the beauty: the helpers. I’ll write this down too
Thank you, Dusty Sue.
Oh Anna, your words are a balm too at the moment, thank you from my heart for walking with me
Me too, thanks for putting this into words. Blessings, Sarah
Cathy, your post touched my heart. I will write down your grandmother’s words: “Honey Dear, you must learn to receive with a gracious heart”, I need to hear this a hundred times and in the same tender way. I was not taught this lesson and sometimes find it difficult to receive. Thank you for sharing ?
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