guilt

Gratitude meets indebtedness

We can feel a sense of gratitude to someone or something, but it does not necessarily have to become indebtedness.  What creates mandatory indebtedness is guilt. Guilt free gratitude You may be grateful to your High School coach who gave you the opportunity to see what you have inside yourself.  The Bank Officer who helped …

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Guilt is a cesspool

Guilt is a cesspool in our lives.  Guilt is junk in our garage.  Guilt is cement waiting to harden.  You would not go into your yard and jump into a cesspool.  We know the junk in our garage needs to be cleaned out, if for no other reason than so we can park our cars. …

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Muck and Mire

Muck and Mire are what we call fear.  Muck and Mire are what we call gossip.  The result of blaming others for what we have or don’t have is also an example of Muck and Mire.  Just as we banished guilt the other day as having no place in our now, neither is there a place …

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You are the Teacher

When we send our kids off to school we think the teachers at that school are going to teach our kids (or grand kids) what they need to know.  The truth is those dedicated  people in the teaching profession do a wonderful job in so many areas, but the most important lessons are not the ones …

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