I find inspiration every day from each of you, this place has been so healing for me- just sayin—> thank you!

I picked some inspiring quotes from Abraham Hicks that I wanted to share for my inspiration tonight.

Also please please check out Eric Ease. He really pumped me up today with his determination to “make a decision each day to move forward”. He helped remind me that it is OK to be good to ourselves even when others slam us for it. He is courageous, encouraging and a powerhouse of strength-thank you Ease. 

Today I choose to love my messy self 


54 thoughts on “Inspired

  1. I love this blog from you.
    It is true what your friend Eric said there. I agree with him totally.
    I care of no one else if people out there slam their door right on your face. I have had enough of such experiences with those people who you though were your good friends, but the fact is there are not even there at your “worse”.

    When my daughter died nearly 2 years ago, it is then when I know who are my true friends who stayed with me in my worse time and in the good times and when I need a shoulder to cry on and who never judge me. Today, I am wiser in this and I learned.

    Yes, it is okay to be good to ourselves when others not.

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    1. Thank you for this Sherrie! Wow you are powerful girl. It is hard to initially get past “true friends” being only an illusion. But I would rather have a few that have stuck around for, as you said, the dark times- the times when I fell apart and it wasn’t pretty- the ones who did and don’t judge just love. That is the gift- that is the friend I want to be. I lost my daughter years ago so as a sidenote I want to tell you I understand that and hug you- I had people leave during that time too and I won’t truly understand but yes I have learned and I continue to. You are a beautiful soul Sherrie- thank youโค๏ธ

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      1. Oh, I did not know that you had lost a daughter as well. No wonder you understand me totally. You know, because of such experience that made me the more humble, but also the one that easily breaks and cry, and yet becoming stronger in some moments. If there is a situation where I need my Super Strength, I am bound to loyal to my heart and to do what is right.

        Since my girl died, I know that many fear this kind of pain and I am not that surprise why some fled away from you and some stay and do not know of what to do. I don’t mind that and because I never force anyone to stay either.

        Isn’t that ironic? I am always trying to understand people and giving them my heart even if they do push me away. And I never let such people change me of who I am now either. I will always be the better Sherrie of today and I do not let anyone manipulate my mind and crushing my heart however they want.

        But you know, I learned the hard way. But it is worth it because it changes me to be another better person I never thought I could be.

        Glad that I cross you path, dear. This is a place where I learned few people with such incredible heart who understands me much and I am more than being grateful to know you.


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      2. Oh Sherrie- huge hugs to you as well. Thank you so much for sharing with me. You are such a well of wisdom and a gentle strength and delicate power. I can draw a lot from you and I am so grateful for that. It’s still hard to know what to do with the loss of my baby girl. Through my journey I have found a lot of people who just don’t want to hear about it- they don’t want to hold me when I cry or hear about my memories or sadness- and because of that I began to close up and not talk about her at all. That was not a good thing to do because now I don’t know how to remember. Anyway, you are so sweet and supportive toward me and I really really appreciate it- thank you.

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      3. You know, I came across you not by accident here. I came across your blog when JohnCoyote reblogged one of your beautiful poem. I told John a few times that we call came across each other for reasons we know not why it happens. But it happens.

        I came across your path through John and the others as well. We met here and form such a wonderful friendship and that I know for the many reasons and understandings of what we are as human should be – that is to be a friend for each other.

        I am glad to know you, my dear friend. And I know that this will be an interesting journey for all of us even if we do not meet in real life.

        Thank you for sharing your own story and pain. I understand of what you went through and it is the same for me here. Surprisingly those whom I though were friends or the least your closer family members were there for you, only a few I know who came that close by without fear – either they speak of it or not – they just present themselves there to be on your side and take your hands in theirs as they speak to you, and laugh and cry with you – these are the rare true friends who bear with you in your worse times.

        I appreciate these experiences of life that I have gone through and trying my best to accepting it no matter how painful it might be. It is one way to a healing journey for me, yes.

        And you stay strong as well, my dear friend. If anything, I am here to listen and to give you comfort you need even if I am too far to give you a REAL HUG! lol

        But I am here! Thank you for being a friend as well! *HUGS*

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      4. Yes Sherrie, I am here and giving you an embrace in return and i definitely feel your love sister! I believe we have found eachother for a reason too. None of us bonding on here is a mistake. I have found a family here and safety here. You are right, to have that gift of friendship is rare. I have had family leave in the hardest times- when I needed them most, and that was very painful- but it has given me much more gratitude for the true friends that have never left and the precious souls, like you Sherrie, that continue to come into my life. I feel so blessed and fortunate to meet wonderful and caring people like you. Thank you for finding me. I’m here too! Love to you my sweet Sherrie.

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      5. You know, my husband told me a couple of times, that some times those who are not of your own blood, are sometimes the more of a true family than your own. He is right, you know.

        Glad to be your friend, dear sister! ๐Ÿ™‚

        And HUG – again!

        Happy Sunday to you! ๐Ÿ™‚

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      6. Yes he is very right. And I have made a beautiful colorful unique and lovely family with the kindest souls :)) happy Sunday to you too love! Hugs all day ๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’ž

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  2. Thank you so much Souldiergirl. I appreciate your kind words and support. I love reading your blog. You always inspire me. You are amazing. Keep up the great work. Thanks for everything that you do. Peace and Blessings.

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    1. I hope you don’t mind that I mentioned you- maybe I should have asked first but I was overtaken with the words you had just given me and I felt the need to share and write! You are so welcome for the support- it is really my pleasure. You are super awesome and brave and encouraging and I am proud of your journey and proud to read your everyday words! :))

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      1. I don’t mind at all. I am grateful that I inspire you to want to share it with everyone. Thank you for your kind words and support. Your encouragement makes my day and I truly appreciate it. Have a blessed evening. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Perfect, Angel. Just perfect. It seems time draws together those on the same painful journey to hold hands and lead each other through, doesn’t it?

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  4. All relationships are a reflection of your own relationship with your Inner Being…..

    I like that a lot…and for the most part I believe it is true. You already know I admire the great strength and courage in you and the beauty in what you find beautiful!

    All my best, SG. โค

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  5. Self-acceptance was key in my inner-healing. When I could accept myself as I would a small child and nurture myself in the same way, I started to recover and move forward from the destruction in my past. We can’t love anyone as we love ourselves, if we don’t first love ourselves. We can’t give what we don’t have.

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    1. Yes I totally agree with that. I have seen others struggles to love me and watched the love fall apart because they truly did not love themselves and that creates misery that reaches to everyone else too. I do feel I love myself- I just need to love my circumstances and stop wishing they were different- that’s my struggle right now. Does that make sense? I’m so glad you’re here Pam.

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      1. Perfect sense, sweetheart. I think God gives us all of our emotions for a purpose and healing comes when we learn to use even negative emotions as they are intended. Don’t pretend to love what you hate. Go ahead and hate it, if it is something God also, hates but don’t let that hatred consume you and make you bitter. Just don’t swallow too much of it because it limits our capacity to love and be loved. I’m here for as long as I’m here, honey and for as long as God has a purpose in it. None of us belong to ourselves or to one another. Sometimes, that reality hurts but it is a good thing. A big hug to you. Love, Pam

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      2. Gosh you are so wise my lady! Thank you so much. I can feel myself growing in new ways and that feels good. I fall back but not as hard as I use too. Now I just sort of sit and say ok what now- instead of, like you said, letting the anger consume me- that never feels good. Ofcourse it helps to add to a good workout or some good writing :)) thank you so much Pam. You are a gift from the Lord himself๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–

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  6. OH wow this one got me! I’ve been on WP going on 3 years and I sort of stopped sharing because I let someone say something mean that I allowed to shut me up and stopped writing. Isn’t that amazing how encouraging this wonderful place can be? Why listen to one voice of negativity!! Thank you for posting this.
    I was thinking how much I miss Belinda today and how much I miss her encouragement and look what I discovered in your posts! Gosh I love that so much! I’ve read your posts but today I am reading them with a different heart. It feels brand new to me! Hope you don’t think I’m a dork! It’s okay if you do! ๐Ÿ˜€ โค

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    1. Aww your words make me so happy! No you’re not a dork at all!! I know exactly what you mean- I also dealt with some hurt here but whatever these people were “throwing” on me (I realized) had to do with what they were stuck in- not me. We are good souls- I can tell you are because you radiate so much light. We have to push hard away from those rude comments and feel the love from so many around us here. I am excited you have rediscovered me. Thank you so much for being here and sharing with me :)) yay!

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      1. I love that you say yay too! Life feels like a lot of little yays all wrapped up in the day! I like what you share! It’s true what you said it really isn’t about anything we say it’s just we are stirring up stuff! We are good souls I love that too! Thank you for your sweet comment back! I can’t wait to see what you post next! ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ˜„have a wonderful evening! ๐Ÿ’œ

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      2. Thank you Michelle- I said this in a previous post but I will say it again- you are lifting my spirits and I feel so loved. I am hugging you! Feel it? :))


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