Today’s forgiving journal: Finding the humor!

Today’s forgiving journal is about finding the humor!

I had a pretty bad day today.  My computer didn’t work.  My Skype broke down. I forgot about a meeting.  It’s hot in NY.  My toe is not in good shape.  Etc. 🙂

At one point, I just stopped and cried.  And then, when I was talking with dear friends, all of a sudden, I heard, “Find the humor.”

My spiritual teacher John-Roger says, “If it’s funny later, it’s funny now.”  That is one of my very favorite quotes from him, because it is SO TRUE (and sometimes quite annoying).  So I smiled.

Time for forgiving:

1 – Self-forgiveness: I forgive myself for judging myself for thinking that it is just too hard. I forgive myself for judging myself for feeling really lonely especially in NY.

Finding the Humor 2 July 22 20162 – Letting Go: I just let go of all this judgment, drama, punishment, and lack into the Light and I laugh.  A big one.  Like a snort even!  (It’s hard to stay upset when you snort)

3 – Gratitude: I am so grateful to have friends who remind me to tune into my own wisdom.  I am so grateful to continue looking for the brighter side.  And I am so grateful for smiles.

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Moving to NY has not been easy for me in many ways.  The biggest thing I think is that I left a community of people I really love.  Coupled with a few other losses in my life.  So when I have a bad day, sometimes it triggers this larger sense of upset.

I am so aware of the strengthening this is bringing to me.  I am learning how solid I am in my loving.  I am learning how to bless wherever I go with love.  I am learning to be my own best friend and to fully engage in my life.  I am learning just how much I choose to live in loving, one breath at a time.

I love you.

Finding the Humor July 22 2016Love,

Debbie


21 thoughts on “Today’s forgiving journal: Finding the humor!

  1. I agree Deb. It’s hard to stay upset when you snort AND it’s hard not to laugh when you snort while looking at the mirror! 😊 I love your pose-beautiful! Stay happy! ☺

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  2. Hey Debbie, change is never easy and sometimes it’s hard to find the humor when we’re having a bad day but it never hurts to stop and take a step back. Look at the big picture and smile and laugh and appreciate the little things. Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs xo 🙂

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  3. If you couldn’t already tell, I simply love humor! 😀

    Being able to find any little bit of humor in the most unlikely situations can be the difference between crashing or soaring. Always embrace the humor in life!

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  4. Debbie…I relate to this so much. We lived in AK for 12 years. I had great friends there. I felt so connected. Since moving here to TX I feel extremely un-connected. I’ve not made any friends I would consider close. This is not without trying of course. I have Steve and my son and my fur-soul-mate Vivi (thank goodness for Vivi) but I miss my girl friends and the community i built there.
    I’ve been here for a long time…7 years…and it just isn’t happening. I’ve had to accept that for now, this is how it is. I hope this isn’t coming off as a pity party. I just wanted you to know that i get the disconnect. It sucks.

    Great big hugs and lots of love. ❤

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    1. I get it Nikki! Thanks so much for sharing ❤ Funny, I've been thinking a lot of accepting what's so. It's quite a relieving process … just being present with what is, and being ok with that. 🙂 Anyway, I appreciate you a lot. Blessings.

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      1. Oh good..I thought after hitting reply…wow Nikki, way to be helpful! 😉 I’m ok with things the way they are. I really have accepted it. I think I just miss my old life sometimes and that’s to be expected. ❤

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  5. Ha ! First you look amazing in the picture, finding humour is the smallest thing can be a bit of challenge but hey life ain’t easy either. 😊❤️ Lot’s of Love Deb ❤️

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