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
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?
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.
Now, more than ever, we need to practice forgiveness: starting with forgiving ourselves and then working out into the community. Change begins when we let go of what we have been holding onto, in order to embrace all.
Generational trauma can continue to be passed down – whether it’s nature of nurture.
Will you be the one that says “no more”?