I wish I can learn to let go of wanting to change my children’s attitude or behaviour (which often is a burden for me and I feel like it is blocking me on my healing path).
I have to let go of the idea that THEY have to change (they won’t as long as I ask them to), and instead change my own ideas.
Thank you so much for your voice reading the poem. It sounds won-der-ful, I wouldn’t have guessed that you recorded it after your treatment!
So happy that you have healed! And thank you for the gift of your nature sound recordings and sound sanctuary!
Lots of love,
Thank you so much for this deeply touching story! As Sheila says, it is so heart-warming! This is what I needed at this Christmas time!
Lang, you do a fantastic work! Thank you so much for sharing the wonderful sounds with us in this gratefulness space!
In our time which is so focused on words and image, it is so freeing and soothing to just listen to nature’s sounds! May you have an exciting, soothing and safe trip!
Wonderful, Charlotte! Thank you for sharing!
Thank you for this beautiful post and your touching words, dear Ose!
Thank you, Kevin, for your beautiful words which touch me very deeply!
It is yarrow (Achillea millefolium), isn’t it?
I love your Icon, Serafina!
Blessings & happy birthday, Michele!!
Have a wonderful time with your loved ones!
I wish you a peaceful night, Lioness! And enjoy your week ahead …
Wonderful, dear grateful sea!
happy to see you here. How are you doing?
Oh, I just saw your answer by chance, dear Mica! Thank you for the advice!
Congrats, Linda, you have made a huge present to yourself!
I need to do that, too!
Wonderful idea! THANK YOU, Bob!
I love this analogy, dear Kevin! And curiously, I read about that technique recently… although I don’t remember where!
Just wonderful, dear friend! (sorry I don’t know your name …)
I so appreciate your posts!
Happy to read this, Kevin! Yay!
My best to you!
I was just thinking the same …
I know the “Paying Forward Movement” but I don’t know a translation for it in German either.
But maybe, if I think of my sons who use many English terms for “cool” things which are spreading on the Internet, we could even keep the English term? 🙂
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