Wondrous Observer

When we first become aware of our life through an observer’s eyes we may become surprised by what we see.  Maybe we discover love, a supportive community or a new child-like fascination. Often, though, when we take the time to slow down and look closer we discover things that are painful or fearful.  This may be why we haven’t looked before.

Be brave and have faith that once you have patiently polished your life with a little elbow grease it will shine. Have faith that you will grow, evolve, or simply be relieved of today’s pain.  This faith is not blind.  It is built upon a solid foundation of experience.  A foundation made of all the successes that brought you to become a wondrous observer.

Published in: on May 25, 2011 at 4:30 pm  Comments (3)  
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  1. Wow, thanks for the keen insight.

  2. So true! Too often we have a distorted image of ourselves, allow painful experiences to define us, and allow fear to hold us back.
    Once we can step back and see ourselves as others see us, we get a new, fresh, different perspective; almost one of innocence. Self compassion and self respect begins to grow, as does our confidence and sincere joy for life.
    Thanks for a great post!

    • Beautifully put, I truly believe that healing begins with self acceptance.

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