Yesterday, I published this article. Today I will make a video presentation of the article for individuals who learn through watching and listening. Below is a brief excerpt from the article. I would encourage you to listen to the complete article, as I share some awareness’s. Here is the excerpt:
“During the past 3 or 4 days I have been in a bit of a funk. I have had an itch – so to say – that I did not know how to “scratch”. This past Wednesday evening I attended a support group meeting. Before the meeting I casually spoke with a friend about the matter of having the itch that I did not know how to scratch. She said she could identify with me and then said some thing that was profound, some thing to this affect. Do you want to be frustrated or be grateful.
For the next several days I thought about what she said, “Do you want to be frustrated or grateful”.
Yesterday, Saturday I attended another support meeting. On the way to the meeting I reflected on a frustration that another person shared with me that they were experiencing. I started to pray for them and the serenity prayer came to mind. “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I can not change, The courage to change the things I can, And the wisdom to know the difference”. As I thought about the prayer, I found myself frustrated as I struggled with the line, “The wisdom to know the difference”. I struggled with being able to let go of my frustration.”
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