Sunday, July 17, 2011

"To Use Our Own Voice. To See Our Own Light."

I am struggling a bit with allowing myself to live with my own interpretations.

I am taking an online class right now that will likely drag up a bunch of stuff for me to deal with. Hopefully, once I am done, I will be better able to deal with the stuff and to live the life I am intended to live.

Some of you who read this blog fairly regularly may be interested in this woman's work, if not for yourself, then maybe for people you know. Her name is Brene` Brown and her website can be found here. I read hurried through her book The Gifts of Imperfection. It was excellent but I need to go back through it and go a little slower this time around. She also did a TED talk which you can find on YouTube if you'd like to listen.

That's about all I have to say about that at the moment. Perhaps there will be more later.


  1. I like this one.
    And you know we will be here no matter what you have to work through.
    I am excited what it will bring out in you creatively.

  2. I like her, I'll check that book out. And listen to the talk. You were the one who told me about her. Well, you know sometimes you just have to dump it all out on the floor, and let it be. Get a trash bag and haul it to the curb. We don't always like what we see, but we give it a head and move on... it's that accepting part, that we all struggle with so much... that's what hold us back from living the way we were and are intended to live.... fully and freely... and not giving a crap about what some else thinks or is doing.... it's about love....

  3. well, I clicked on the book link and the title says, just what I said ..... gonna read it anyway.... :)

  4. I think I might have mastered the gift of imperfection and need to move on to the gift of motivation.

    Or, maybe not.

  5. Ayekah sometimes not giving a crap about what others are thinking or doing is easier said than done! :)

    Spooky do you need to give or receive the gift of motivation? :)


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