Accept what I cannot change, accept that there are good and bad times, overcome fears and make new plans.
To be grateful that I recovered from an illness years ago, cherish this much more, accept that I cannot and need not be as busy and efficient as I was before that time, pray and welcome every day.
What is ordinary for one may be very extraordinary for another person.
What keeps myself from trusting in new paths are hours when I criticize myself or doubt the affection of others instead of catching the butterflies each day offers and take action.
Sometimes when listening to wise believers or to a church choir, more often in nature.
This is a very special question for me today.
Thank you all for this wonderful practice space.
The ability to open up to others and give them a sense of being seen and valued.
Two pregnancies, though my children are long adults with their own life, I sometimes recall the wonder/miracle of giving birth to a child.
As I tend to see in others what they do better or more efficiently than me, I could stop this and honestly should do it on the spot. I might be happier then.
Moments when I am close to my belief,
art, nature, friendship….
and as the summer has arrived in my home town at last, too many espressos and cappuccinos, I’m afraid. Love to all of you.
Oh, so true, dear Kevin.
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