Climbing with Elegance

Friendly Fairy Tales

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she rose above
her naysayers and nodded yes,
you can do it, too

Copyright 2018 Brenda Davis Harsham

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Sometimes Happily Ever After is Complicated

PARAGRAPHS

The last and first time I ever saw my grandfather laugh was a couple of months before his funeral. He was sick, he’d been sick for a long time, but that day, a bit ways from the mountain, the sun just the least bit of warm, he came out for some sunshine, farted, and laughed.

My grandfather was a good man. He was a good strong man who loved his family and took care of his own. At his funeral, droves from his village and beyond attended. There were cars parked all over his farm, tents absolutely overflowing, and I remember guiltily feeling a tinge of jealousy as I wondered how one man amassed so much love in one lifetime. But he was a good man, my grandfather. A good noble man.

He was also a man who hit his wife.

My grandparents had been together for over 65 years…

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95. She let go _ Safire Rose

Optimistic Life

She let go. Without a thought or a word, she let go.

She let go of the fear.

She let go of the judgments.

She let go of the confluence of opinions swarming around her head.

She let go of the committee of indecision within her.

She let go of all the ‘right’ reasons.

Wholly and completely, without hesitation or worry, she just let go.

She didn’t ask anyone for advice.

She didn’t read a book on how to let go.

She didn’t search the scriptures.

She just let go.

She let go of all of the memories that held her back.

She let go of all of the anxiety that kept her from moving forward.

She let go of the planning and all of the calculations about how to do it just right.

She didn’t promise to let go.

She didn’t journal about it.

She didn’t write the projected…

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Les 4 baumes de guérison universels

Ma vie au présent simple

“Dans de nombreuses sociétés chamaniques, si vous allez voir un chaman, ou une femme médecine, pour vous plaindre d’être découragés, démoralisés ou déprimés, il vous fera l’une de ces quatre questions :
1. Quand avez-vous arrêter de danser ?
2. Quand avez-vous arrêter de chanter ?
3. Quand avez-vous cesser d’être enchanté par les histoires ?
4. Quand avez-vous cessé de trouver réconfort dans le doux territoire du silence ?
Car là où nous avons cessé de danser, de chanter, d’être enchantés par les histoires, ou de trouver du réconfort dans le silence…
C’est aussi là où nous avons subi la perte de l’âme…
La danse, le chant, les histoires et le silence sont les quatre baumes de guérison universels… <3”
David Granda

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