There are no mistakes--only new material. ~B Lynn Goodwin
B. Lynn Goodwin
Lynn is a freelance writer, editor, teacher, former caregiver, and the author of You Want Me To Do What? – Journaling for Caregivers.
If today were my last day on Earth and I could share 500 words of brilliance with the world, here are the important things I'd want to pass along to others...
Celebrate Your Uniqueness
Life has shown me, over and over, that everything happens for a reason. We are all on unique journeys, and I am grateful that your path and mine are intersecting here.
No two human beings, not even identical twins, are exactly the same. So celebrate the fact that you are unique. Do not obsess about flaws and shortcomings. You are the person you are intended to be.
Instead of obsessing, make gratitude lists. Science has shown it strengthens the neural pathways that house positive thoughts. You can do this several ways. List alphabetically. List by categories. Or take photos of people, places, moments, and images that you are grateful for. A gratitude list will shift your focus away from scarcity and into abundance.
Once you recognize abundance, celebrate it. It surrounds you. Do not let scarcity blind you to it.
Accept that many things are beyond your control. Live in the present, since you cannot change the past or control th...
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