Long and winding road that leads to ---- I don’t know and yet I have to have faith. I plugged away all day, and haven’t yielded any tangible results. It’s disheartening and scary.
I must stay the course. I feel alone at times. I know people are routing for me and I’m still scared. The future seems bleak. A miracle must be on it’s way. It’s always darkest before the dawn.
KC: Even though I haven’t found a solution yet. I love and accept all my fears.
KC: Even though it feels hopeless. I accept all my conflicting feelings.
KC: Even though I’m stubborn and picky at times. I accept I’m full of pride and pray for the willingness to change.
EB: I don’t want to
SE: I’m too old to be a roommate and not have my own space
UE: I’m too proud
UN: I want my own space
CH: I want a fantastic job
CB:I want lots of clients to help
UA: I want to make a difference
TH: I’m scared I don’t see how to make it happen
EB: I can’t do this
SE: I’m running out of time
UE: I must believe that the perfect job will materialize
UN: I must believe that my A-Team will help me
CH: I must believe that God has my back
CB: I believe in miracles
UA: I believe that it will all turn out okay
TH: I believe
EB: Just because the rest of the world is in doubt doesn’t mean I have to be
SE: Miracles do happen and they can happen for me
UE: Expecting a miracle
UN: Acting as if a miracle is on its way
CH: Any day now
CB: Today—there were more opportunities today
UA: That’s a good sign
TH: Ahhh --- miracles
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: faking it until I make it--- pretending—that’s where miracles come from