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I’m late to this question . Ask forgiveness where I delayed.
No problem, Alicia. 🙂
When I see one that I am capable of righting I’ll see is it right to right it.
… I say right away, “hi folks, have a lovely day!” 😍
There is something that causes me discomfort and it is something in my religious beliefs.
I feel an area of weakness in my soul regarding traditional celebrations, and that weakness gets bigger and bigger as I read about the scandals in the Catholic church.
So I don’t participate in some moments of prayer, organized by some friends, but the bad part in this is that I am not able to discriminate those friends from my feelings. The result is that I don’t want to be with them, or to have a relationship with them. I feel them forced, one step away from bigotry.
Not good, but for the moment I have no solution, exept prayer.
Good solution for the moment <3 ch
Thank you ch!
Do a little shadow work, so i won’t get so angry at the acquiescence of a lot of people.
To enhance the river banks – the profile which holds the flow of the river – the river of life energy, so that the river of life flows freely through me.
The ‘wrong’ of having not yet seriously started to prepare my virtual talks for next Wednesday?
Love and honor myself
When fear knocks I will answer with faith.
Not sure, but will do as much “right” as I can today to prevent adding to the “wrongs”.
I like that, Chester – good plan 😊
I can cherish the small things everyday to hopefully change my depressive outlook.
Instead of telling my partner what it seems like he’s thinking or what I can and cannot do…I’m just going to observe. Not ask questions but just vibe with him…go with the flow.
That sounds wonderful, Lauryn 😘
I can start by not letting my mood affect those around me who dont deserve it. If I feel angry at the world I tend to take it out on those that love me the most.
I can show up and be a better friend, family member, and colleague by being present in my relationships and by reaching out to say hello when someone crosses my mind rather than putting it off, forgetting, or being scared to reach out. I have been reminded recently of the fleeting nature of life and that it can all end in an instant. We are not promised forever.
The courage to wait – with patience and hope.
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