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Trauma Recovery – Shame Resilience – Self-Compassion – Coping With Chronic Pain

I Spy My Wandering Eye

May 21, 2014 | 6 Comments

Always looking at what’s not mine. Sizing up the trees in other yards. The babies in other arms. The skin on other bones. Finding it difficult, though healthy, to enlarge the focus. Look at the planet! Sky high above, and soil well enough to support Aspen and Oak. Clouds that build up and spread out, dropping rain, snow, and hail. I am a resident of this Earth. Born of the stars! Connected to all others. A practicing agent of gratitude. A seeker of self-compassion. Onward, every day, and glad for chance after chance.

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I’m being mindful of comparison

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  1. Quiet walks with a camera are a good way to increase your vision. One of the main reasons I take pictures is for the way the camera helps me see — even when I’m not carrying it.

    • Angie

      I used to take many photos before my camera died, and my phone doesn’t quite do well, but yes, photography is awesome!

    • Angie

      I don’t think I’ll ever stop doing it, but at least I’m aware of it now, and working on redirection! Thanks for visiting, Pip! 😀

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