Tag Archives: feelings

Less Comparing, More Loving

One sure-fire way of making things harder than they are: comparing myself to others. It’s been said over and over again by uncountable writers of happy-life-advice, and I tend to shrug my shoulders and say, “well, that’s part of being human, … Continue reading

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Finding Words to Respond [Tell It Like It Is]

Trigger warning: mention of child abuse Today I give thanks for having been able to send an honest email to my mother, in reply to her trying to use my little niece’s start of school this summer to guilt-trip me into … Continue reading

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New Year, New Way?

In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world. John 16:33  I’m still thinking about my last post, “What’s Wonderful?”, or at least pondering the state of my mind and heart in writing that. … Continue reading

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What Brings Your Love Alive?

As so often, I am once again quoting from a wonderful blog called “Richer By Far” – from a post called, “When You Don’t Need Spiritual Disciplines”: The master was asked, ‘What is spirituality?’ He said, ‘Spirituality is that which succeeds in bringing … Continue reading

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