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The transition of relocation - planned or unplanned - opens up a wide range of emotions. Join Faith and Lois for a conversation on how to move through this transition with more freedom!Posted by More to Life with Faith & Lois on Thursday, January 10, 2019
The impact of relocation – planned or unplanned – opens up a wide range of emotions. Here’s our FB Live conversation on how to move through this transition with more freedom!
Oh to have the gift of wisdom. And you do! That quality of having experience, knowledge, good judgment…of being wise.
One of the best things about moving through life is that we gain wisdom through our experiences…and if we’re open to learning from new things and going through what some consider mistakes…we are one step closer to gaining wisdom.
So many places we can learn…people we respect, mentors, through reading all sorts of viewpoints. I’ve had to understand that we all fall short at some point, and that is not the end of the story.
Be wise by being humble…know who you are…learn from your mistakes…think…and then share that wisdom.
You’ve got this.
Many things in life demand our immediate attention because they are urgent. They cannot be ignored. At work – family – friends – life’s demands.
Yet, we often forget to listen to the urgent messages that rise up within us that are telling us that we aren’t feeling well, our spirits are in a funk, or other factors.
It is urgent that we give ourselves equal attention when it comes to our lives.
Listen and respond the next time you feel that fluttery feeling in your stomach that is saying there is something urgent to deal with concerning yourself.
Oh the unexpected.
Just when I thought everything was going along smoothly down my river of life, a new rock or twig presents itself and creates diversions I didn’t anticipate.
The unexpected often brings disappointment to the forefront…and it can manifest in a number of ways in our mind and body if it goes unchecked. So instead of being weighed down by what I can’t control, I’m learning to see the unexpected as an opportunity. A chance for new possibilities.
Truth is my greatest successful moments have come out of unexpected situations which didn’t seem great at the time, but turned my life around.
As so many great teachers remind me: everything I face is either a blessing or a lesson. I’m going to cling to that when I hit the next pothole in life.
This word can have a negative meaning to it when we hear it but it also means firm and steadfast.
It is a wonderful value to have to be uncompromising to the things in life that really matter.
How we love, care, show kindness, compassion and our deep convictions. It is important to be uncompromising to things that bring joy, insight, and an added dimension to our lives.
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