Can oft times.
To a strength it would never have known.
Had it never been broken.
Our strength is often found in our healing.
Healed, with scars, is beautiful.
Deep breath. Indeed. 🙂
🙂 Thank you Tess. Deep breaths go along great with this. 🙂
Have a nice day, Colleen. 🙂
Thank you Tess, and you have a wonderful evening. 🙂
Amen to that. 🙂
🙂 Thanks Huck. Healing is great! 🙂
Healing is hard work and the scars, while always are a reminder, show that we made it. We can now embrace life and really live. Great blog. Did you find your award? If not look at my Sunday postings. Hugs, Barbara
Thank you Barbara! I did not see it! I will have to go back when I get home from work tonight and retrieve it! 🙂
And thank you for this one. The scars show us exactly that don’t they? 🙂
Thank you. I needed that.
You’re welcome Ribbons. 🙂
Just from where do you create such wonderful wisdom…so often?
I don’t know Koji. This one was inspired by events beyond my control but deeply in my heart.
Love this. I clicked on like but it didn’t take. My WP is acting up.
The WP “like” seems to be wonky as of late. I’ve seen posts that say “you and two others” like this post but there are over 20 gravatars there.
And thank you for loving this. 🙂
This speaks volumes for so many Coleen.
Hi Tric. I think it is relate-able …. there aren’t many of us walking about without scars. My worst scars are not seen. So I’m sure there are others. Thank you.
Colleen, Smiling healing takes many forms both interior and exterior, and both make you a stronger person overall. Take care, Bill
You’re so right Bill. I hope your having a great evening. 🙂
You are so wise …
Thanks Mustang….I don’t know how wise I am. But I let others tell me that if they must. 😉
Very true, and well said.
Thank you Niaaeryn.
Colleen, I can’t really agree with you that healed scars is beautiful … healed scars can be hard to live it for some of us, they don’t always makes us stronger – and some scars even if healed can be so rough to touch. I hope you understand what I mean???
Viveka I do understand where you are coming from. Of course there is absolutely nothing I can ever say or write that will come across exactly the same to every person who reads it. And I always appreciate your honesty. It’s the best thing I can hope for. That we share thoughts and ideas, and discuss them. It broadens our thoughts. 🙂 Thank you my friend.
Colleen, I am so happy and thankful for the bond we two have – that we free spirits … and that we respect each other’s thoughts and words.
Of course you can only write from where you are and we all feel differently about issues, problems and points of views. .
I am just as happy about this. Respect and friendship go hand in hand. 🙂
I was wondering if you would be okay with me featuring this as one of my “freshly impressed” posts?” I loved it and with the letter series I think it would be perfect.
Tric, I’m very honored you want to feature this. Please do. And thank you for doing so.
Yea. Thank you!
🙂 You’re welcome!
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I love this – you’ve conveyed this truth so eloquently, and simply. Thank you.
Thank you Lucia Maya. I appreciate this.
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