So you made a mistake? Now what? Cover it up, fix it or
apologize? How about…gasp, accessing the damage, learning what you can and
then, moving forward?
I don’t know where you stand with your Judge but mine is
ruthless. She looks down her nose at me constantly, worse of all, my Judge is
within me, always ready to chirp in, whether I request it or not. I say, as I
look forward to this New Year: Judge, you are dismissed! Get lost. Piss off.
I have made a mistake. Is it monumental? No. Will it hurt
people? Yes. Most importantly, is it fixable? Yes!
No one likes making mistakes, but they happen. I love the “I
Love Lucy Show” (the original, in black and white) because Lucille Ball’s outrageously
humorous touch invites us to see mistakes in a funny way. We laugh with her not
at her, as she falls into one unexpected dilemma after another. Instead of saying
to ourselves: this is terrible; we ‘feel’ in our gut: this is funny!
What if our lives could be the same way? I know it would
Oh boy! It's been a while since I've been in this space. Apologies! There are so many things I have to do, want to do, need to do; sometimes blogging has to wait. Other times, like this morning, it calls to me. This morning it said: hey girlfriend, it's blogging time.
I get weird about New Year's. Some years I want to deny it; power through; act like somehow, it didn't happen. This year I am welcoming 2017 by doing my creative rituals, such as writing out intentions, otherwise known as resolutions, and creating a dream board (still in-process).
You've seen me write a lot about the Law of Attraction, and how the Universe is active in our every day lives, listening for our directives. I've seldom seen the Law of Attraction come to life so brilliantly as when I create and post a dream board somewhere in my home. Amazing! Have you created one? What has come from it?
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