We are all not perfect...

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

So I am not perfect; that is ok. I have been disconnected for a few weeks for various reasons. I forgive myself and I am glad I found my way back. I can chose to sink into a depression of my own self destruction or brush myself off and try again. I chose to move forward. While I may not have lost more weight, I am in a positive frame of mind because I did not gain any either. I am very slowly learning to care for myself and that is my mission. By taking care of me, I will learn how to master this life program better. Yesterday is history and tomorrow is unknown. I am learning patience ... not just with others but with myself too. Baby steps are being taken even in my mind to not to allow mistakes ... errors of human nature, not to control my total outcome. I believe this is the first step in a tremendous process for me and many out there. Slow, steady, honest, forgiving and loving. Treating ourselves by The Golden Rule as we do others, will only enhance our lives to enjoy it with those we treasure the most.
Have a Sparkling Day!
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  • KATL940
    I love your statement Slow, steady, honest, forgiving and loving. These are very powerful words ((hugs))

    3932 days ago
    We must learn to appreciate the "present". I, too, have been slacking, not taking care of myself as I should. We all have ups and downs, and I'm hoping this warm weather will give us all a boost. Things don't always go as planned, and it's hard to not be critical of ourselves. We must love ourselves and pat yourself on the back! emoticon
    3935 days ago
  • DEBBIE98632
    Heather, sounds like you have made a great self-discovery! emoticon

    Welcome back... emoticon
    3939 days ago
    Who hasn't fallen off the diet horse one or twice of twenty times. Absolutely forgive, forget and move on! Best of luck in your journey.
    3939 days ago
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