For years I hoped to be “discovered” as a singer, but when I was, I feared failure and bailed. Since then I’ve been afraid to ask for what I want. It’s time to change that.
When making a difference is as simple as letting a lonely man love your dog.
What works for you may be different, but my road to happiness may give you some ideas.
One candle at a time lights my way.
My happiness resolutions list.
When being okay with watching t.v. is the bigger change than a trip to the desert in Algeria.
Is it possible to find joy while experiencing grief?
When Anne let me push her wheelchair, I knew we were really friends. Her vulnerability with me allowed me to be more open with her and created connection. As I allow others and God to push my metaphorical wheelchair, I’m receiving more grace and peace.
Feeling deserving of my abundance, especially where money is concerned, and accepting my decisions around spending it may be my greatest struggle. Perhaps accepting the struggle is what self-compassion looks like – knowing that I will never get it right, but loving myself anyway.
I have been inhibited in writing about and fully immersing myself in the spiritual part of my journey out of fear. It’s time to take that leap of faith.