Tag Archives: acceptance

Bugs, Oh, No!

I found bugs growing in my glass jar of spaghetti. Wonder how many bugs and eggs we eat in our life time? I used to be repulsed at the idea but have learned to accept what I can’t change. Seems … Continue reading

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Loving What We Hate

Learn to love what you hate for in the unwanted are many opportunities to grow. Do not hate anything about yourself for it is there to teach you something you need to understand. Welcome it, examine carefully, learn the lesson, … Continue reading

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Dying

A known but not always accepted fact: we die. There is no maybe, only when. Most never know the time, some get a diagnostic warning. Rare is the person who does not experience panic at knowing of his impending death. … Continue reading

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Acceptance

A donkey does not think his bray is absurd, or a giraffe weep because his neck is too long. Why have I spent a lifetime wishing for a flat belly and firm thighs, not understanding that my softness is a … Continue reading

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