Here are some more posts from my Facebook page:
Question of the day: What joy am I refusing with the boredom I am choosing?
There are days or times of the day when I don’t know what to do. So I check out in some way and end up feeling bored. What could I choose that would actually bring me joy? Now that would mean, I know what brings me joy. Joy could be the result of something I accomplished or of just being present to what is going on around me.
Question of the day: What is right about me that I am not getting?
Another way to phrase that question could be: What wrongness of me is actually a strongness? We are so quick in judging ourselves, according to whose standard? Were these people actually able to see who I am or did they just judge me how they were judged, continuing a generational pattern? Are we willing to break it and see ourselves how we truly are?
Question of the day: If I were in total allowance, what choices would I have available today?
Continuing the theme of judgment, allowance means not judging. We may not agree with it without having the need to label it wrong. Being in total allowance gives me the chance to see everything, to see where my judgments may have been misplaced and that opens up so many more possibilities.
Question of the Day: What will it take for me to choose awareness
Recently, I found out that for others awareness is hard work. It surprised me and so I paid attention to how it is for me. Awareness is there if I am willing to receive it. It is effortless. It is being. If I am looking for awareness, I find I am in my head and nothing happens. Then I am effecting.
Question of the Day: What contribution can I be?
Lending a helping hand in one way or another can be a contribution. That requires to be in proximity to the person. What about wanting to contribute to someone who is living in another State or country? What if asking the question with the person in mind is all that is needed to be a contribution to them. We may never know in which way were a contribution, yet does that matter?