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Mindfulbess – It may seem counterintuitive, but one of the biggest barriers to working toward matering mindfulness is “perfectionism”. We need to be curious, view our mistakes and failures as opportunities for learning. Wanting to do everything just “right” often leads us to avoid trying to do something new, in case we fail. We worry about what others will think??

I recenty had to do a project that required using a picture of myself.. golly gee.. I struggled. Why, at this tender age in life.. I have become camera shy I have no idea, it has been slowly building for years.. I get wonderful pictures of friends doing this/that enjoying their activities, and I loved seeing them, I love being able to enjoy what they are up to.

On a walk the other day, my walking companion was taking pictures of the scenery.. I was walking ahead, I turned just in time to realize she had me in the frame… I did a quick about turn. Later I reflected while my friends have lovely picture/memories of various “moments over the years, I have few visuals of myself. Hmph. how did this all come about Something new to reflect on.

You can try to hide, but sooner or later….

You can only change yourself. Think of how you can be more flexible.

Perfect Liberty 2022.13

Think of the Timing before you say …”but”… When stating your opinion, make sure you are being respectful of others’opinions. Be mindful of this when you speak.

Perfect Liberty 2022.14

Have a great day all.

Ps. I went back and removed the rabbit to a quiet out of the way location. Thank you to everyone who encouraged/wrote to me. Nature IS.

Comments on: "Changes" (4)

  1. Shortly after we moved into our new house, a bunny rabbit hopped by to visit. Now we watch for him every afternoon. 🐰🍃

  2. Nicholas Vrtis said:

    Pictures are how you smile at people you can’t be with in person.

    Would you turn away from somebody standing in front of you?

  3. Patricia Lebrun said:

    Bonjour Dymoon,je souhaite une bonne journée continue a faire des belles marche et photos, j’aimerais voir tes photos tes belles sinne que tu photographe. a plus tard.🌹 Patricia

  4. It is hard to subject ourselves to the unflinching camera eye. For some reason it picks up “flaws” I never see in the mirror! But we should learn to get over that, I think. I had a pro shoot for my book, but wouldn’t have my wrinkles airbrushed out – I want to look like me!

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