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Fear in a time of uncertainty

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Fear in a time of uncertainty
What if fear doesn't have to be the inevitable outcome of facing uncertainty? In today's post, I suggest that there is indeed another possibility that is much more life-giving.

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What's your kryptonite?

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What's your kryptonite?
We all have our kryptonite, those things that drain us of strength and leave us less able to handle certain situations. Knowing and honoring our own idiosyncratic limits enables us to be kinder to ourselves and others so that we have to more to give in the long run.

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Creating sanctuary

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Creating sanctuary
In our fast-paced, busy, stressful world, having a place of sanctuary where we can lay our burdens down for a moment, stop all of the busyness, and come to rest is vital for our ongoing health—physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.

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Start with celebration for a better New Year's plan

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Start with celebration for a better New Year's plan
Starting from a place of celebration and building a plan for the year that focuses on including more of the things which bring us joy and using more of the skills and strengths we already possess creates a plan that we are much more likely to implement than one that starts with weakness and lack.

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Focusing the lens of gratitude

Posted by Kenetha Stanton on

Focusing the lens of gratitude
Just like a camera lens can magnify whatever it's focused on, what we choose to focus our attention on affects what we magnify in our perception of our world. Choosing to use a lens of gratitude to focus on the good helps balance out our natural tendency to see only the problems and broken places of life.

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