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New Year New Me

Monday, December 31, 2012

I love the term, "reinventing yourself".... I think it's very possible.

Instead of being dissatisfied with certain areas of my life, I will change those areas. At least the ones that I can. I can change my attitude, outlook, body, workout routine, time with God, family and friends....and a host of other things in my life that I don't care to let them remain the same.

I will start tomorrow like most people do. New Year's day. Instead of vowing to lose weight, I am going to start with an inner issue. One much more valuable than an outward one. I will not hold a grudge any longer than I can hold my breath. That could benefit a lot of people, eh?
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  • BARB4HEALTH
    Some things can be excused. some things are silly and just bemuse
    But this life is worth the living if we remember to live forgiving!

    Blessings to you on the path you trod,
    In all things trust Him, He is our God!

    Happy Healthy New Year! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1361 days ago
  • LINTPICKER
    Forgiveness is a powerful thing. Learning to love others in spite of themselves is difficult. God gives us the ability to overcome.

    Good choice to work on. emoticon
    1363 days ago
  • CHOCOHIPPO
    Boy that's a great thing to start with. I had some family issues last year and I was really hanging on to my grudges, though they were because of truly awful behavior from two of my family members. I finally got to where you are and let go, using a visualization technique suggested by my mentor. It feels so wonderful to have let it go. Now the focus can remain on the positive and healthy, emotionally and physically. Happy New Year!
    1364 days ago
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