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That I am loved, no matter what, and that I respond to this humbling gift with gratitude, kindness, and love to His Grace.
When life gives you more than what you can stand, kneel.
That no matter what’s going on inside my head or in my life my dog comes along wagging his tail.
Words matter. One inflammatory speech can lead to insurrection. Choose your words wisely.
Every conversation can go deeper and humour is often the doorway.
Ask for what you want.
Show up as best I can. Pay attention with kindness, compassion, patience and forgiveness. Do and be the best I can. Practice open mindedness, open heartedness, gratitude and generosity. Let go of results …
That at the core of my happiness is a vital energy that I am able to cultivate. It is an invigoration of my very life energy and has little to do with what happens in the material world.
I cannot predict tomorrow so focus on today and fear not what may come
Diabetes is like suddenly having to learn to walk a tight rope.
Aw, I’m sorry to hear that. I have a friend recently diagnosed with diabetes and also an old friend who has had it for decades. The beginning can be very frustrating, but it will get better as you learn about yourself; and your doctor can help you figure out how to stabilize. Hang in there. It’s like learning a new skill. The rope will eventually feel like a road!
Thanks for the encouragement, Holly!
To not lose heart; to keep the faith; to trust; to not waste precious time on worry. No matter how long and dark the night may be, morning WILL come. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Understand that you can’t be good at everything and know your limits. I excel at parts of my job, but I’m hopelessly terrible when it comes to time management. I’ve tried and failed many times to change this and am frustrated and disappointed in myself.
Stay active. It is easy to stay in and not do my walks when the weather is cold and rainy. But I need to keep moving, so I commit to that today wherever I can do it.
Me too, Linda. Glad you mentioned this… because of it, I will go once around the block right now. It’s not much, but it’s something! Thank you.
Honor myself. Practice self care. Make myself a priority. ✨🙏❤️
My daughter has just been diagnosed with COVID 19. I’m reminded of a quote from Eckhart Tolle, “Life is the Dancer and You are the Dance”. I will do my best today to let Life dance me gracefully and not fearfully.
Carol, Sending Prayers and love to you and your daughter – that she will quickly return to good health with relative ease, and that you both feel safely held in a dance of love … Warmly, KC
KC, Thanks. The image of “safety in a dance of love” sounds like fuel for a poem!
Now this is reminding me of Men Without Hats song Safety Dance:)
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