Wednesday, March 10, 2010

DAY 213 Boldness!


Hi Journal & Friends,

True humility is not meek and mild. 

It is not shy, timid and apologetic.

This is just my opinion, of course. You have NEVER heard me pontificate on my blog about humility, how I achieved it, and how proud I am of it. Ha ha ha... And you never will. That's one book I'm not qualified to write! ;-)

I think humility is a powerful thing, able to just get on with business, and not get all hung up with it's own flaws. No one will ever be "humble enough".  We all have shortcomings we can work on. So I don't worry about it. I accept that I will always need work in the humble vs pride department, and just get on with the adventure that is Life.

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The adventure of finding my real, authentic self. Of being the person I was meant to be... not hiding in the corner because I am ashamed of how I look. I did that too many years. I allowed the judgements of others, and my own shame, to keep me quiet and timid. Not going after Life with boldness!

To go after our dreams and goals takes guts, belief, determination, boldness!

I want to be Bold now. I want to live fully and colorfully. Deeply and intentionally. Choosing how I will spend the coin that is my life, my time.


Aha! I know what my letter B will stand for, in next weeks Toon Tuesday doodle. :-)

From Dr Phil's book: "Require more of yourself."

My verse for today: "Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others."

My quote for today: "Be bold. When you embark for strange places, don't leave any of yourself safely on shore. Have the nerve to go into unexplored territory." --Alan Alda






10 comments:

Mary Joy said...

Great post! I love the image of the time being the coins of our lives. Be bold!!

Deb Willbethin said...

Mary Joy is right; it IS a great post. Thanks.
Deb

{ALL} for a Better Life said...

WOW, I have been slacking for a week or so and I come back in here on the most perfect day. I have said this before but you truly do speak to me. Live BOLDY, with intention! You are beautiful!

cmoursler said...

Time is indeed the coin of life.
Great post.
No one knows how much time they have.
Live every moment.

antgirl said...

Excellent! Shout it out, Loretta. Stand up. There's no reason to be ashamed and in the corner. There are people out there who will accept you no matter what. :)

anne h said...

In Hospice, we say "Every Day Is A Gift!"
And it is true.
I look forward to seeing your little bunny now everyday!
Banner bunny!

snoconegirl said...

i love that lorreta..you are so creative..are you an actual artist..? you will get there..it takes time and we have to start now or we may never do it..you and me both..good post..have a good night..kelli

Kat said...

I have been catching up on blogs tonight and am reading quite a bit about shame and allowing the shame to stop us from really living. Lovely post Loretta. Thank you - it came at a good time...:-)

CinciMom11 said...

Fantastic! I loved reading this: "I want to live fully and colorfully. Deeply and intentionally." You really have a way with words, my dear! You are a powerful writer.

antgirl said...

I have decided to switch blogs. would love to keep in touch with you and see your progress. If so inclined, please join me at: http://mpaxauthor.blogspot.com/

and I will add you onto my blog roll there.

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