I had a wonderful blessing Friday morning – one of my tribe called just to chat 🙂 . I had taken the day off, and apparently so had she. I was microwaving my second cup of leftover-from-yesterday coffee and easing into the day, and was so happy to share a few moments one-on-one with her.
We talked about this and that. I probably blabbed more than I should – which is an on-going challenge I’m working on. The conversation moved here and there, and we were talking about how I like to encourage members to look back at their old blog posts.
In times of frustration or discouragement . . .
at what I’ve perceived to be my lack of progress in the Master Keys, I’ve looked back at my blog posts and remember who I was and where I came from that first year as a student.
I took my own advice this morning and wondered what I was doing during Week 20 that first year. I got back there and what do you know? It’s the post that shows MOST what progress I’d made from a very shaky start. Only 20 weeks and huge growth – especially since every week was an emotional train wreck for me! If I can do it, anyone can do it! This is where I came from:
I have always been”afraid” of people. I was diagnosed years ago with “social anxiety disorder”. It was very difficult for me to meet new people, extend myself, be in unfamiliar surroundings. My heart would pound and I would think of reasons not to – – – not to meet someone, not to go somewhere, not to do something new.. . . continue reading