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Well dang it. Sometimes this is me…dumb
Yep. Allowing FEAR to run your show will get you nowhere every time!!
True. Or what exist on the other side of fear?
It’s everyone’s story. We are deaf to words, we have to live the expierence. I prefer that too.
Also, we all interpret differently. Our tolerance level is also different. When we think of what we have survived, we also can imagine there are others who would not also be able to survive. How can someone sufficiently tell another the total outcome? Also, I think if someone tells you, it is there lesson, if you go through whatever you go through, it is uniquely your lesson, part of your journey. Finally, Fabiana, think of when I have read about others. I think the most memorable lessons learned are those I have lived myself and not told by someone else how I would feel. The painful ones, although not warranted or welcome by anything other than decisions and choices have been some of the best lessons and those remembered if they happen to come around again with different characters. Yet, the compulsion to tell someone how it turned out for me is still present and a gift given as to whether shared with another or allowing them their own experience.
Fabiana Zeitter Same here. Same here. Here we are, we have survived them all. Enjoy the week ahead dear lady. (y)
Unless you question, you can never learn. Let not the false sense of propriety or fear of blasphemy deter you from questioning the why and wherefore of your being. The answer to these questions will lead you to perfection.
Do not expect the living saints to answer these questions for you. If they do give answers at all, they are of no avail to you. The answer must come from within your own self.
You yourselves are the Way. You are God.
Meher Baba <3
Yep which suck like hell. I’d rather learn from experience than not give anything a chance
Often, although I believe honed earlier in life when I was a young poet, the idea was to follow the adventure. As I grew older the belief continues to be what lies beyond the fear? What is on the other side of fear. Last year, I did a tandem skydive. I still remember it and it is still the highlight so far. Being someone who has not flown in a plane since the early 90s. Let alone, who would think in the old adage to depart one if there is no dire need? You don’t actually jump out of a plane during a skydive. Rather, you slide out with the person you are attached to securely. So, now driven by what lies on the other side of fear. For the most part, continuing to discover what I am made of and how I can walk or float beyond the fear to memorable experiences worth the initial discomfort of being afraid or sometimes terrified. (y)
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