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Fear #8 Perfectionism

How stifling is the need to be perfect. Tied up with many of the other fears, this one can produce genius or thwart the soul. Genius comes at a high price when mixed with a need to be perfect. And … Continue reading

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Perfection

P erfect is in the trying E very effort deserves reward R esist procastination F ufil your promise E njoy life C ount your blessings T hankful is he who knows the Lord I nitiate, then trust O pen to … Continue reading

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I Don’t Care

My thighs are too flabby, my voice too shrill, this nose is crooked, and my belly did swell. God replied, “If I don’t care, why do you?”

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Perfection

What is “perfect?” Does it exist? It seems like cotton-candy melting on my tongue then disappearing, leaving me longing for more. What if perfection does not exist and we are caught in a trap of absurd expectation?

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Perfection

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The Eyes of Love

When we look with eyes of love, we see the perfection of what each will become. God’s plan for us is perfect, a masterpiece emerging. Take off your dark glasses; see the light within. Souls without fear are each of … Continue reading

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