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May 08, 2010

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Diane

you have articulated this for me. i learn many things here.

Sandra

I've been thinking about this a lot lately, so your post was very timely. I'm not sure, honestly, what it would feel like to take complete responsibility for my own life, but I want that. I want it badly.

kerri

great post!!

Grace

The most exquisite divine timing ever! I love you. Thank you so much for your commitment and courage. You rock. x0

Marianne

And I smile on you too! I may not be as auspicious as Karen's teachers, but I guess I'm hooked into the same smile source. xx

Gillian

I feel strongly about this issue.

So...knowing what I know in my short time here on Earth...no one can do to you anything unless you let them do it.

I've been there. I have felt the emptiness and thought I'd never trust again. It seems to be a repeated pattern and yet strangely enough I do survive, though one may think I'd push people away NO. I welcome them in. Like you I need people and love them and if they leave, that is THEIR issue. I feel nothing harsh towards them only pity in some cases.

For I'd rather need people than not need them.

:)

It's nice to be needed so wouldn't that feel great in return? To let others know they are needed?

Yes. I think so.
On the flipside, forgiveness is key here too. Sometimes those who abandon do so out of sheer fear.

We must help guide them through it.

Man you are smart, smarty pants. :) xo

Carmen Torbus

Nodding in agreement. Beautifully written. What a powerful message.

anne

amen!!!!

Karen Maezen Miller

My teachers smile on you.

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