Many of us have difficulty with Change. “New” is not always better, in our eyes. (I, personally, prefer nearly everything from before 1900……)
This past year or so has been nothing BUT upheaval and challenges and different for me, for my family. But, I’ve also embraced much of it.
I’m not “better” at dealing with Change, but I am learning the lessons of
And since our journey here, this life we’ve mapped out, is all about the lessons, it’s beneficial to address our success as well as our less-than-successful experiences.
There’s no such thing as mistakes, nor failure. So, all of the aspects involved are worthwhile. (Some simply feel more positive than others, that’s okay, perception is as unique as we are.)
The Universe, in Its divine and infinite wisdom, has even given us this gift of validation. As if to say, “hey, you’re doing well, keep up the good work!”
Release your ties to the past.
When you let go of the old,
you make room for the new.”
While I’m not such a huge fan of “new” I do feel willing to accept these Opportunities for the promises that they are.
Self-Care Cards by Cheryl Richardson
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See this #tinyhouse? It's called The Vicarage, and it's some sort of #collectable (from #england, of course). Next to it, for size reference, is a #VotiveCandle. It's no bigger than a medium #pear. I found it in a #SecondHand shop recently. It called out to me (and was incredibly #inexpensive), so I brought it #home. Some days I just walk around the #SmallHouse we live in, enjoying our space, carrying my #vicarage, feeling it with my fingers, and cradling it in my hands. I like the #miniature detailed nature of it, and I really like living here. The two places are similar, linked. New post up, on the website. I'm expressing #gratitude and working to #destress. Join me? #MentalHealthAwareness #ChooseJoy #TarotCards #SelfCare #FromOurHomeToYours
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