Tag: courage

Let The Wall Go

I had a very good therapy session on Tuesday. I talked to my therapist about how I sometimes slip back into old habits and try to make sense of what the voices have said to me. I told her that that trying to talk to the voices in my head was like trying to talk […]

Courage In Faith

I was able to focus pretty well this morning while I was chanting. I focused on our health, and our families’ health and happiness. I continue chanting to be able to use my writing to create value, and to eventually publish my memoir. I know I have a long way to go, but I think […]

The Courage to Write

John and I came back from DC on Saturday. I think we’re still a little jet-lagged though. We had a lot of fun, and saw quite a bit. We were able to visit Arlington National Cemetery and hear two Supreme Court arguments. We also visited the Library of Congress and the National Archives where the […]

The Courage To Be Happy

I went to my therapy session last night and talked to my therapist about how I had been feeling earlier in the day. She encouraged me to learn from my experiences in the past, and said that my past experiences did not necessarily make me a bad person. My husband said that I shouldn’t spend […]

The Art of Compassion & Nonviolence

I went to a Creative Writing class yesterday afternoon, and really enjoyed meeting the people there. We were able to share our writing with the other class members, and I thought that was a great experience, especially being able to hear other people’s voices reading what they wrote. I wrote about wolves, Buddhism, and the […]