TDOF–Nov. 17

I’ve decided to forego the introduction to Thirty Days of Forgiveness and cut to the chase for the rest of the practice. If you just got here you can check out the explanation on my Oct. 27th post.

What must die?

The thinking that says a certain set of circumstances means I don’t belong. Don’t belong here, there, with them, whatever.

If to forgive is to love, am I ready to love?

A temporary disconnect is not a failing grade. It’s not a disqualification. It’s a prompt.

What pain must I face?

Belonging is scarier than being an outsider because it implies something to lose. It requires vulnerability.

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Can I own this publicly?

Yes.

Rumbling on.

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