She needed her car.
She had to get around town.
Her tire was blown and the rim was shot.
She has no family. A few friends. No partner. No kids. And, very little money.
She really needed her car.
Somehow, she found a way; she finally maxed out her credit card.
She fixed it all. She had her car back.
But she was still broke financially and in emotional pain. Continue reading
It’s part of life, this lesson learning thing we have to do to grow. The way we learn isn’t always wrapped up in a beautiful bow, but it sure does come wrapped up, doesn’t it? Almost disguised, it seems.
Everyone has their own soul lessons to learn.
For some, it is to learn to have love and compassion for yourself and others, because you have been too harsh. For others it is to learn humility because you have been arrogant, boastful or indignant. Continue reading
An old man, a boy and a donkey were going to town. The boy rode on the donkey and the old man walked beside him. As they went along they passed some people who remarked it was a shame the old man was walking and the boy was riding. The man and boy thought maybe the critics were right, so they changed positions. Continue reading
Today’s lie is brought to you by the number 3. THIS lie focuses on how you define your worth and value. We all, at one ,or many points in our lives, define ourselves by things and others. How often have you said this to yourself?
Completeness comes from external experiences and validation from others.
“If my boss praises me, then I am valuable. ” ” If someone loves me, then I am significant.” ” If I get this job, then I am qualified.” You might believe that one or all of these things can fill you up internally, but they really don’t. The satisfaction you get from them won’t be permanent, if you aren’t able to feel valuable, significant, and loved on your own. Continue reading