Reflections

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  1. Lisa Alvarado

    By giving them space, helping when asked, and allowing them the dignity of their own decisions.

    5 months ago
  2. Stefy

    Puedo honrar los caminos de los demás, agradeciendo su servicio, trabajando en el no juicio y si en la compasión.

    5 months ago
    1. Michele

      translation: I can honor the paths of others, thanking them for their service, working on non-judgment and yes on compassion.

      5 months ago
      1. Barb C

        Gracias!

        5 months ago
  3. Elaine

    A “path” suggests an intentional choice and mindful way of living that is congruent with the choice. I have great respect for anyone who lives with intentionality.

    5 months ago
  4. RJergens

    I will continue to the excellent work of others. I will strive to improve on that work, if need be. I will be progressive in my thinking and move things forward for the good of all concerned. I will remain open and curious.

    5 months ago
  5. shaketa

    I honor others by listening, with love an compassion.

    5 months ago
  6. Hermann-Josef

    the more I know , experience and stick thankfully to my own way the more I have the capacity to understand the way of others. the more I understand that it is a grace to be on the way the more it makes me happy to see others being on their way. I can honor only what I know, understand and appreciate.

    5 months ago
  7. Carol

    Toltec wisdom comes to mind: Be impeccable with your word; do not take things personally; don’t assume anything and always do your best. When I I make this my path, I find myself more tolerant of the other’s path. It demands that I own my thoughts, my feelings and my actions. I also have found that it’s okay to agree to disagree! Many dear friends and I have done that often.

    5 months ago
  8. pkr

    I can honor the path of others by remembering we are all on our own journeys. It is not my place to judge. I can accept, offer support when asked & be there. Respect & accept. It is their journey, not mine. I have enuf on my own plate with all my own “ stuff”!!!! Blessings to All.🙏🏻❤️

    5 months ago
  9. Mica

    That depends on the other and their paths, which are often quite different.

    5 months ago
  10. orozcoj13

    When asked how I can honor the paths of others, I must remember the power of narratives. The storytelling of our own experiences. This profound way of reliving our lives in just a way that others are deeply engaged in listening, and we are deeply involved in self-expression. To answer the question of how I can honor the paths of others, I can listen to others share their stories and connect and engage with them about their stories. So, today my goal is to find someone I’ve never met before and listen to their stories.
    Jose Orozco, LMT

    5 months ago
    1. Rabbit

      Great and kind sentiment. Thank you.

      5 months ago
  11. GR8FULL

    The first thing that comes to mind is by not trying to change or influence their paths. When my observing self shows up, I am able to humbly witness, accept, respect and support their path, despite how different the other parts of me would’ve designed it for them. That said, my observing self can be very lazy and tired and not show his face as much as I’d like it to but….I must also honor my own path. Have a great day everyone.

    5 months ago
  12. Barb C

    By listening to understand even when I don’t agree.

    5 months ago
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    Yram

    Each person and their path is a gift to me. I honor it by listening and holding it in love and respect. We are more alike than we are different.

    5 months ago
  14. R
    Rae2Three

    Thank you for this question. I can honor the paths of others by observing and learning from them. I can also honor the paths of others by providing support where needed. Lastly, this brings me to the thought of honoring the paths of others that have transitioned into the spiritual realm. I can honor them by doing activities they once loved, making meals they once liked, or starting a foundation in their name.

    5 months ago
  15. Rabbit

    I try to think that they are much more than what we see and might be inclined to judge. They have had different experiences and come to different conclusions.

    5 months ago
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