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Enjoy the rest of your day – My East Coast peeps enjoy the low humidity!
Peace & Harmony – Cheryl
Please drive safely – the roads are dangerous out there!
Here in the Southeastern Region of Connecticut, we received 10 to 11 inches of snow already – at this time of midnight, it is still snowing!
Please everyone ~ Let’s take precaution out there on the roads:
Peace & Harmony, Cheryl
Letting go forces us to look at our three strongest emotional drivers: Anger ~ Fear ~ Love.
Letting go means confronting these invisible emotional barriers; bringing them upfront and center – and we struggle against them. It means challenging, irrational and unproductive thinking until you get your head and heart straight.
Letting go of past hurts and injustices that preoccupies our lives – so that we don’t lose that love – again.
With each Goodbye I learn ….
That ANGER is the easiest to understand, but the most difficult to escape, it becomes an internal attachment that can only be broken by communication – a kind word.
That letting go leaves a hole in your life in the shape of the person that left you behind. We usually fill that void with FEAR – fear of the uncertain – fear of failure – fear of future loss. Instead, fill that void with HOPE – hope for the future – hope for new adventures – hope for the ones we love. Fear keeps us grounded, but Hope lifts us above our obstacles, situations and challenges.
Once you let go of Anger and Fear – what’s waiting on the other side is LOVE.
That love for the family you have weaved together through your life. Just so it is noted; you did not work that needle by yourself, God helps you pull the ribbons from the people around you – if you listen carefully. To create this beautiful and colorful blanket of warmth and love that you will pull over you when struggles come. The blanket is always redesigning itself, because with each goodbye you learn to … Let Go!
Peace & Harmony, Cheryl
R.I.P. Rod Temperton aka … The Invisible Man
Thank you for your Art of Songwriting – he wrote such hits as Thriller, Rock With Me for Micheal Jackson – Boogie Nights for HeatWave – Love is in Control for Donna Summers – Baby Come To Me for James Ingram & Patti Austin … and so many more!
I knew of Rod since the late 1970s, I was the one reading the album covers from front to back at the breakfast and dinner table – I was in awe of his songwriting skills and how he wrote songs that made you just get up and dance ……