It is not too late, you are not too old. You are right on time, and you are stronger than you know…
Reading Marianne Williamson’s “A Return to Love” was a turning point for me. I was raised to believe in a God who punished those falling short, and I always fell short. To be shown that the Divine is all about love for everyone and everything, including me, changed my life.
What a great question! My biggest roadblock is the belief that I’m not worthy of an extraordinary life. Who am I to deserve such blessings, to shine so brightly in the world? On a cognitive level, I know this belief is false, but deep inside, it is still a wound that needs healing.
Visiting gratefulness.org has become part of my daily morning ritual. Each morning, I write in the online gratitude journal 3 things I am grateful for. Some days, I’m tempted to say I don’t have time today. But that’s exactly when I need to visit the most! I am grateful for the community here and the daily inspiration provided. Thank you!
“When You Wish Upon a Star” is the song that comes to mind. I love the Linda Rondstadt version with the Nelson Riddle orchestra. It reminds me to keep my heart connected to my dreams.
I’m grateful to have learned…
that challenges carry blessings.
that love flows in a never-ending circle.
that within me beats a joyful, resilient heart.
I have noticed that when I let down my defenses and take responsibility for my actions, those around me soften because they’ve been acknowledged. Peaceful resolution becomes possible as our hearts open toward each other.
Today is my first day as part of this community. I am so grateful to have been guided here, and so grateful to be welcomed. I can tend my path by remembering it is a privilege to live my purpose each day. To say to myself and others, not “Look what I HAVE to do, “ but “Look what I GET to do.” Many blessings to all…
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