Today’s Forgiving Journal: Mom, this one is for you

Today’s forgiving journal is Mom, this one is for you.

I realized as I was walking home that I missed my mom.  She gave me such love and acceptance.

I am aware of the opportunity that I have to be my own mother, like that Beatles song says, “When I find yourself in times of trouble, Mother Mary comes to me, speaking words of wisdom, let it be.”

Mom, this one is for you:

I forgive myself for judging myself for denying my greatness.  The truth is: I am love.

I forgive myself for judging myself as unworthy of expressing my love. The truth is: I am joy.

I forgive myself for forgetting that I am divine.  The truth is: I am choosing life.

***

Thank you so much for listening.

I love you.

Love,

Debbie

ps – this is my contribution to Frank’s Photo Challenge, Falling Water.  Frank, this one was a surprise – I was planning on writing a different post. 🙂  I guess my heart spoke.

 

Divine Ocean (of Love)

Mom This One is For You May 14 2017

Mother. Mary. Don’t

please don’t

Go. Oh, Beloved, I

am for-give

inside of You.

With a capital

Y. Because, Why?

You ask? It is

not me that you seek,

over and over,

instead You seek

The You that you

(small because it is

not

the forgiving one that

seeks.)

end with. The truth,

It is the truth,

is that Love

Love + Love, it, all

Let it Be, Beloved

One. A kiss on

Your head it

shows you.

Love is the

Answer to all

Listen, to the whisper.

~D. Roth

Living Fully Snoopy and Charlie Brown Sept 4 2016


34 thoughts on “Today’s Forgiving Journal: Mom, this one is for you

    1. Oh, thank you! My mom was so compassionate and kind, and her presence made me feel like I belonged. A big lesson for me is to know that inside. I love that you’re here!! Thanks for your caring, and many blessings your way. ❤ ~Debbie

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  1. A beautiful post in honour of ‘mum’s’ and your mum Debbie.. I love the ‘snoopy’ wisdom too.. We let some days ‘die’ because we don’t ‘live them’ don’t we… xx

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    1. Aww so glad that you like this post, and the Snoopy cartoon. Isn’t Snoopy just so full of wisdom. 🙂 Sending you much love and blessings, Wendy. And thank you for all of your caring comments, they mean a lot. You are great.

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      1. Snoopy reminds me so much of my childhood.. he was very popular when I was at Senior School in the 1970’s – I always loved them and still do.. You’re very welcome and you’re are amazing too Debbie! Much love xx

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  2. Hello beautiful Debbie,
    I’m so touched by your post… that you can accept and understand the person you are… that radiates pure love and joy for us all, and to know you include yourself in that too… so lovely.
    May you always remember it…
    Sending hugs to you dear Debbie 💜💜

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    1. Oh, Di – thank you!! Your post is so full of caring. Wow, this really touched my heart. Sending you ever so much grace, loving, and kindness. Thank you for being here. I really love connecting with you!! Big hugs and blessings, Debbie ps – YOU are the blessings.

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  3. It’s so great that you opened up about this! Mother-daughter relationships can be difficult, but I think it’s great that you forgave her yesterday/today! I think the last picture you added with Snoopy is so meaningful. At first, I laughed about it but than I realized that it’s actually super true and that we don’t have to forget that! Wish you a wonderful week Debbie, sending you love from The Netherlands, Anne ♥

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    1. Aww Anne, I’m so glad that this post (and the Snoopy photo!) was meaningful for you. That means a lot to me. Your comment touched my heart and felt like a virtual hug. Wishing you a wonderful week as well, Anne, and many blessings to you and to your mother-daughter relationship! Love, Debbie ❤

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  4. Oh Debbie, your post really spoke to me. I miss my own dear Mum too. She was one of my best friends, and my greatest support (and greatest critic at times – ha ha!) and never a day goes by that I don’t think of her. It’s true that when we lose that special presence in our lives, we need to fill the gap left by them and become mothers to ourselves. In essence we need to nurture ourselves / our inner child. We all need that particular love in our life. Special blessings this week as we pay homage to our mothers. 🙂 xx

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    1. You said it Judith. Thank you so much for sharing this, and blessings of love to you and to the Soul of your Mum. She sounds like a wonderful woman (and good learning opportunity 🙂 ) I love that you reached out and shared with me – and YES blessings to us all ❤ Love you, Debbie

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    1. Thank you so much,, Brigid. My mom was a lovely woman and taught me a lot about compassion and loving. This post really came from my heart and helped me to express the ways I still miss her. So important to do that!

      My mom used to say, You made my day. 😊 Thanks for helping me remember that.
      Blessings to you, Brigid! Debbie

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