Part of Nurturing Thursdays, Becca Givens
I remind myself of this for not only myself, but in regards to events with others. Thank you for linking up with Nurturing Thursday! 😀
Yes, I agree… it’s helpful both for oneself and thinking about others. And I’m happy to contribute to Nurturing Thursdays…it’s a great idea!
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If we do our best . . . how can we second guess the best we did. 😀
That sounds like it could be a Dr. Seuss quote! ….maybe Sam I Am?
Or maybe….How much wood would a woodchuck chuck?
No second guessing needed…thank goodness!
You might enjoy this Dr. Seuss poem:
Today you are you!
That is truer than true!
There is no one alive
Who is you-er than you!
Shout loud . . .
“I am lucky to be what I am!
Thank goodness I’m not just a clam or a ham
Or a dusty old jar of sour gooseberry jam!
I am what I am!
That’s a great thing to be!
If I say so myself,
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME!”
Good to remember this. I find that because of the choices I made at certain cycles of my life when I didn’t know better, I tend not to judge the choices of others. We are all indeed doing the best that we can.
Aren’t our own life experiences powerful teachers for us? And, as you write, they can also open us to understanding and acceptance with others too.
I like this very much. We always do the best we can don’t we?
We sure do… : )
Words that resonate healing for oneself …. Lovely
Yes….healing oneself… with gentleness, kindness and understanding… : )
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Love the gentle feel…
Have a great Thursday.
thanks Laurie… it was a quiet and gentle day… : )
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