Happy #ForgivingFridays everyone! Yay! This is an opportunity for you to let go and forgive & post about it ANY DAY this week! See guidelines below. ❤ You can post whatever inspires YOU to forgive and choose love – even if you’re struggling. e.g., try a poem, photo, or a story or inspiring quote, or … More Today’s Forgiving Fridays: the Incredible Natural Joy of Forgiveness
Today’s forgiving journal is about accepting myself home. I am aware that I (sometimes) judge so much of myself: My expression My looks and body My writing My choices Need I go on? 🙂 Coming into a deep acceptance of myself exactly as I am is one of my greatest lessons. I am doing this … More Today’s forgiving journal: Accepting myself home
Note: this is my submission for Dutchgoesthephoto‘s weekly challenge. The focus for this week is patterns. Boy, this one taught me a lot. 🙂 **** Today’s forgiving journal is about embracing us all! My computer crashed. Late last night. That was a hard thing for me, at first. I didn’t get a lot of sleep, … More Today’s forgiving journal: Embracing us all!
Today’s forgiving journal is learning about love. A Poem in Motion Walking Ever so slowly So lovely it is ….. To learn to Breathe In Love Really, what else is there? The mind tried to control what I said The emotions would lead me to victimhood My body, oh my body is still a mystery. … More Today’s forgiving journal: Learning about love ❤
Today’s forgiving journal is about love love love love. I chose four “loves”, because four is my favorite number. And boy, the little girl inside of me (the one who loves 4!) needs an extra dose of loving today. So I gave it to her by… *Walking in nature *Going to a ministers’ … More Today’s forgiving journal: Love love love love
Today’s forgiving journal is about dealing with uncertainty. One of the biggest triggers for me (i.e., where I can really start judging!) is when things seem uncertain. Today is an excellent example. I was going along fine, and then a few things happened where I wasn’t sure what was going to happen. A … More Today’s forgiving journal: Dealing with uncertainty