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One Word - Do you have yours?

One Word - Do you have yours?

- sigh -  I’ve fallen into the same trap that the majority of us do though … thinking forming a list of resolutions, (whether you write your list or hold it secretly inside), will be enough to form the discipline required to cause that list to move from ink on paper to boots on the ground.

Real change happens in small steps. Incremental steps. Choices made in each, present moment, supports goals.  Moment by moment decisions are easier when we don’t have an ocean of lists to recall and stay committed to.

where to find hope for your 2016 & a different kind of list

where to find hope for your 2016 & a different kind of list

It’s enough to make us dizzy, all this turning of shortcomings, around and around in our minds.  And perspective is skewed with dizzy, spinning hearts.

But the wisest words for this New Year for me, (maybe you too?), words to stop the drain, the emptying, the dizzy, self-absorbed perspective, are words worth repeating:

 

    “But THIS I call to mind, and THEREFORE I have hope:
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