A fresh wind we haven’t had for a long time in the city,
a bit chilly, but full of energy and purity..
From what I know today my life is a journey, learning to trust my heart and follow what I believe in instead of meeting expectations or being afraid of change. I loved the poem about “Fear” as an answer to yesterday’s question.
I think at least twice before complaining about sth. As was said before, this is like a training with a nourishing effect:)
Family, friendship, nature and recently my health…
Of course there is more, just think of peace, sustainability, but where do we begin and end? So Kevin’s answer is wise;-)
Whenever it made me change my perspective, mood, behaviour…
gratitude.org helps enables me to read from and somehow get to know very kind individuals, this helps me to see the good in the world and sometimes look at the people around me with different eyes. Thank you all and thank you those who give us inspiration with pictures, quotes, questions and more.
A friend had a very different view on sth I told her and it softened my perspective:
less anger, more “let go, don’t over-interpret”.
A very good morning to all of you.
Do we really know? We hope it does.
I think my love made a difference for a girl from Romania whose parents are more or less illiterate.
Being honest to myself and those I trust instead of trying to hide/play down difficulties.
The person I talk to smiles :))
Writing an entry in e.g. the gratitude journal is like a spiritual harvest
you can feast on on a cloudy day.
I am fortunate because I have never had to experience war or missed water, food, a roof over my head, friends.
Having tried to do more than my health allows might sound weird, but came immediately as an answer. Being more wholehearted would have meant to be honest about it instead of trying to hide health issues.
I can change that by accepting limits at last, talk and find new paths. Looking back, God has always been with me in difficult times and Iife will go on.
Accept what I cannot change, accept that there are good and bad times, overcome fears and make new plans.
Sarah, I guess everybody around you appreciates this mission which sounds like an invitation and a good way of focussing.
Thank you so much, Mica. Just what I needed today to change my perspective.
Thank you for this wonderful imagery.
Your text is my inspiration today, dear Sheila :))
Grace has carried us so far and grace will lead us on.
This is a sentence that came to my mind when I read your text which opens up a healing and comforting perspective. Love to you.
Dear Grace, your values speak from and to the heart.
It sounds like a healthy and attractive road to follow.
Oh, so true, dear Kevin.
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