Over recent weeks, in my healing journey, I have been examining my relationship with trust. It first came to my attention when I looked at
The challenge of faith: where does your attention, energy and time go? Are you worrying or is you mind stayed in perfect peace?
What happens when you are attacked or hurt by another person? Do you bless those that curse you?
Or do you struggle with the pain and anger? What flows through your mind, from your heart and from your lips?
What if healing required that you release and let go of all anger, pain, resentment and bitterness? What if you had to completely adopt a new lifestyle in order to be restored to a healthy life?
Would you be willing to start that journey?
What kinds of unbelieveable victory would you have in your life if you would transform and renew your mind? Faith is all fine and well, but in the end, our works are the proof of the pudding!
How do you put into practice this transformation? What steps can you take on a daily basis?
My search for wisdom: finding it in creative compassion, courage to act and accepting that transformational change was needed. Am I willing to change? Can I be vulnerable and open? Wisdom is so much more than knowledge, it’s in creative action.